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may precede its 1650-1670 date 



ly HELEN Cmsr 

Baotraton at te Wishart 
Hooii. owned by the 
AMoelatlra for the 
PfMtnratlon of VIrgiDia 
Aattgiiltki, have aneovered 
oae Mi of a bride foun- 
dat^SftxUft Itisad- 
jaooBt to the preieot houM 
and may praoede iti leBO- 
modatft 

"IfttoockMtothemaia 
leuai for biHfa to have been 
Omn at flie tame lime,'* Mtd 
Robert A. Miirdock, State 
ExMUtlire Director of the 
APVA. 

The newly diicovered 
fouadatfon will be excavated 
teitiftinextentandwidth. A 
icport wlB be imied later 
ttrii month. 

Mtfdock wai conducting a 
toHir of i» home lait weeii 
for ihe Antique Loven Oub 
of iie Virgtaia Beach YMCA. 

Wtehart Houee was 
teqUm in October, 1971, 
thnegh a deed from the 
owner, the W.W. Oliver 



family. R NeO Pimk. 
WflHamibyrg archeologlit, 
U coateetiag the w* 
caVatioiii. 

StanOar to the MM-IMO 
Thorooghgeed Home in 
ityk, Wlahtftii a itory and 
a half olaatatkn heoii. Itfi 
laid to he one Of Ibe bait 
preemred and laait known 
17th century itraetarw tai 
the country. 

Exeavatloei have been 
iroeeadiiv at a ikw and 
dioroiMh pncii 

"We do need donatloni," 
Mirdodt ^d. "the baiie 
reMoiiag wfll bigfai to My: 
relathing, itabUiing the 
houM, redoiag the floon, 
roitMing ttie roof Itoe^ for 
tnitanoe." 

Thqf hq^ to oempMe ttiii 
wiMnayvar. But the hug 
rani^ plan to rartori Uw 
onih« laCting to a Uth 
century fdanlatiflQ nmeum 
will nquire many more 
yean. 

"We'd Uke to have a phice 



that children can enjoy- 
iHwa they can cone to 
leun. We hope to even have 
animala of the period 
aroiad," MiaikKk itod. 

Hflldh« high a ipotUght, 
hi fOeuiad it on die deied 
•tring itariway with ito 
rinqito board and batten 



"lUa ii ooi of ttw very tow 
orUnal to the eoimtry," he 
iiM^addtog that it ii ntodi 
tioA, a wood Uied ahnoet 
unhrariidiy fay die BngU^ 

Poiiibly they've found the 
itotoway in mich good 
eooditton because if yru 
Uddm for wnie 80 years by 
partitioni wfeleh wttre added 
at a later dato. 

"It'i interesting how 
robust the 17th century 
builders were. Th^ didtf t 
use tiny, nails- they used 
great Ug nails with big 
heads." They were visible 
there on the stairway. 

Murdodt emphasiied that 




HELPING HAND— Robert Murdoch. APVA 
executive, gives a helptog hand to Mrs. Janet Whitters 
as they leave the Wishart House. (Photo 1^ Helen 
Crist) 






48th YEAR NO. 18 



THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1973 



15 CENTS 



Water tap policy set 



Remember 
January? 



With the balmy weather Beach resldenta have 
been enjoying recently, it's sometimes difficult to 
remember how cirfd It was in January. Remember the 
snow? This old cmmtry pump was a typical scene 
then. (Photo by Helen Ciist) 




Aiit. City Mgr. Geivge 
Hanbory Monday oonttmed 
the tostallatlon of olif iater 
Ithereeoctdl^willbe 
;by VtagiiiijkBe«:h. 

^ aplAttAtfons for 

new taps wlB ooatiaoe to be 
hMuDed by Norfolk ontU July 
1st. 

The move foUows Nor- 
folk's Indicathig toaUUty to 
hap^le the d^ige <rf new 
wKter tap installations 
j>9ii|^ hwn last wedi's 
li^ng of a new tap 
yilidri^orium resultbig from 
|to|tlbig a new Virginia 
^iiaeb > Norfolk water 
iBottti'a^' agreement. 

li has been eetfanated 1,600 



new tope have afareiriy been 
requMted. voA t/Sbmn are 
antielpMed before Vhitaito 
Bea^ assumes full 
respttBrihOlty Ibr the city's 
M^^syatom to <9 dajv. 
Banbury taformed City 
Orandl five oontraetort will 
be Ured to tastall the new 
tops, aty Maniger Boger M. 
Scott said, "If we can put to 
SO tops a day the entire 
bacldog win be handled 1^ 
July 1st." 

During Oie next 00 day 
period ttie cost of the top 
histaUations wiD be borne ^ 
Norfolk. 

Hanbury also pototed out 
that taps required in 
privately developed 





reiddential and-or buslMH 
areas the devdcqjNr wfil be 
responsible for tap to- 
staU^hMi bdng hantai by 

theprojeot 

State calls 
for new jail 

A two-year-old con- 
troversy over a new CHty Jail 
has moved another step 
towards conclusion with the 
State reoommen<Ung oon- 
structton of a new facility. 

The Department of 
Welfare and tostitutions 
reportedly has anmved the 
hiring of an architect to 
design a new laU. City 
Manager Roger M. Scott has 
long tovored a new facUity 
over other recommendations 
to remodel the existing jaU. 

Ihe State recommends the 
Mw Jail should have a 
capacity of^ cells. The 
ndsting JaU is designed to 
acomnodato 5S inmates, but 
upwards of 100 peo|de are 
coined to the tocility on 
nuny occasions. 



fyh ina_$eries 



sewage^olution 



By LE8 LEHIGH 
Perhaps the most en- 
compassing proposal ad- 
vanced for the solutira of 
sewage problems has been 
that frmn the Southeastern 
Virginto Plannii^ District 
Commission through a 
"RegiOBBl SewM* Plan". 



In the olan's outUnB. the 
SVPDC states. "The first 
j^riority of the prt^Mod 
^legional Sewer Plan is the 
elimination of major 
'toadequades and unsanitary 
conditiom." 

. fo accom{dish this goal 
m SVPDC recommoitol 
(BJk Regional Sewer Plan in 
bnler to "...develop a 
y^identtal tand logically to 
such a manner that urban 
Ufryiem can be efficiently 
|i|ad economically provMed, 
gibus benefiting both the 
^^tisena and jurisdictions." 



'fVthe plan recommaKto the 
pree f (41owii« programs to 
pMt accomplish this pur- 
^/Ope: 
'"A. Collaborate with 
appn^riate dqiartmenta to 
prevent the development of 
marginal and unsanitary 
residential projecta; 
i_i«B. With cooperation of 



•Jocal jurisdictions, constrain 
Urban growth beyond the 
Imndaries deUneated for 
l^e efficient provision of 
nitilities and uitan services 
ttutjugh ^ective tand use 
controls; and 

"C, In previously 
developed areas, where 
feasible, convert natoral 
ivBta* and sewer systuna to 
nated regional systems." 
. bne of tiw ma jOT factors to 
^b<insider in solving sewage 
froblems on a scqie tills 
.prge is the physical 



Aftoracteristics of tiie sdl 
toyohred. In tills respect the 
SVPDC pointa out: 

"The southeastern 
Vbrgtota region is unique due 
to ita coastal plane 
physiography. Because tiie 
deration ova* the entire 
area varies not more tiian 2S 
feet f rom aea tovel, force 
matos as opposed to gravity 
mains are used ex- 
tei^vely." 

. "This fact allows for great 
flexibility to tiie location of 
tranmission and treatment 
todlittos and negates, for tiie 
most part, the classic 
drainage-basin concept" 
: "Itisfessibtefortiiewlde 
area, tovoivtog a number of 
local governmental 
.jurisdictions, to utilize one 
^ystem of treatment 
^dlittos witiiout incurring 
prohibitive transmiision 
casta." 



As with other agencies and 
organizations concerned 
with solving sewage 
problems, tile puMic healtii 
and welfare is of prime 
coooem In Uiis respect the 
SVPDC sahl, "The Regional 
Pton recommends that areas 
with unhealtiiy and 
inadequate sewo* fadUttes 
receive flnt priority to the 
provision of new sewer 
service at botii the local 
(collector) and regional 
(transmission and treat- 
ment) levels." 

White a large number of 
political subdivisions are 
inchided to ttie Southeastern 
Virginto Planning District 
Commission, Virginia 
Beacii's sewage probtems 
received particular attontton 
to tiie iffoposed Regional 
Sewer Plan SVPDC pointed 
' out tiuit the rural areas, as 



wdl as a number of urban 
areas, of tiie rMort city 
"...now use septic tudu or 
like systems and cannot be 
economially provided wito 
regional treated systems." 

This reasoning to based 
basicaUy on provision of 
such facilities being 
financially unfeasible, in 
view of the cost Involved to 
provide services tiiroughout 
such a targe area of tiie 
soutimi) protton of the city 
when compared to the 
number of persons presentiy 
residing to tiiis sMtion. 

AiUxwgh it has recdved 
consideration by tiie Virginto 
Beach City Council, no 
formal action had been 
taken, as of the time of ttito 
writtog, to commit tiie resort 
dty to formally ent«r toto 
any agre«nent to jdn a 
R^onal Sewer Plan. 



'Unselfish courageous act' 



Hostages saved during abortive robbery attempt 



"It was an unselfish, 
courageous art on tiie part of 
Sgt. Uppert and Dot. 
Cumn. They are to be 
commended for tbier 
Murageous action, and 
dtoregard of their own 
|N^s<mal safety." Police 
ChtofGol. W.W. Davto time 
pratoed Sgt. R. F. Uppert 
and Dot. J. M. Curran for 
their work to the ap- 
pnbendoB (rf a suspect to 
the abortive attempted 
armed robbwy of Pau 
Brottiers Pish House on 
LaaktoRoad. 




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Davis added, "Curran 
came out and exposed 
hbnsdf when Uiat man at 
any miHnent could have 
swung arotmd and turned the 
shotgun on him. Lif^rt put 
his life (» tiie Itoe by 
i^unte«tog to drive tiie 
car." 

Ihe crime climaxed as 
Cturan shot one suspect, 
hientifled as Larry Bornie, 
21, S. . Birdneck Road, 
reportedly attempting to get 
away to a commandoCTed 
police car. The suspect 
all^to<iy (by UM of a samd- 
eff shotgun) was bohUng IS- 
year-old b\isboy Alfred 
Pleraeau, of nn^ Brai^ 
Drive, as toMtage. Uppeet 
moments earlier had 
ittarmed ud vdtmteered 
Jrimadf as driver aftv toe 
ioqKBCt demanded a police 
mr, 

(Xarran was aNe to get farto 
position to ffa« one Aot fTinn 
Us .a»^ibre pdiee swice 
revdvo" tiirwigh tiie wtodow 
of the ri^t rear <toor, 
wramttag tiM n^ect to tiw 
shouUor M he sat botweso 

the g«t-away ear was 

Whin the sMpaet waaiftot, 
Uie stetgua discharged. 



btowii^ a hole tiirov^ ttie 
roof of tiie car, and Uppert 
and Plemeau were able to 
escape to safety. 

Investigation todicates two 
men, both armed with 
sawed^f shotguns and 
concealed by shoulder- 
length, hood-type masks, 
forced tiidr way toto tiie 
restaurant stoNrtiy after ita 
10 p.m. (dMtog< The bandita 
reportedly surprised two 
busboys as they were 
reentering ttie locked back 
door of toe buOdtog alter 
disposing of garbage. 
Although employees were 
still working to the buU^ig, 
It became tiie custan to l»q> 
doors locked is the resutt of 
a rec«it roMiery at toe 

tocatkni. 

One of «»* busboys 
luaoai^to esc^pe and ^rt 
police by phone, of ttie holdup 
attempt betag to pragrcM. 

The alarm toought'n pAce 
unlU wd 38 pdiee officen to 
ttie scene. 

The bMMMto ptoed en- 
trance to ttie buOdtog by 
forcing tiie lioeiid bosboy to 
^ve a prmmattA ^aal 
whidi nnltwl to ttM bMk 
(toor betag ■riednd tor Ms 
reenttWM. 



Reenactinent <rf toe crime 
todicates fliat after entering 
tiie buildtag, tiie men forced 
restourant mmager Edwto 
W. Gardner, ci Hampton, to 
(^m the safe, and aome 
$3,600 to cadi recdpto were 
sti^ed toto plastic ti-aA can 

Itom. 

As tte men started to lea w 
by tiie front dom- tiiey saw 
police unita coavei^ng on 
the scene. Ustog the 
dwtguns as ttmato, ttiey 
tedi Gtfdnar sod nemeau 
aa boiti^ai. dbiHpped toe 
bags itf moMy, u^ fled out 
ttie bade door. 



Uf^iert was among a hoot 
of uniformed and plain 
dotoes irioice officers «1io 
were barricaded behind 
poUce cars in back of the 
reitourant as the iMUidita 
came out holdtog shotguns at 
toe heads of ttie hodages, 
uatog toem as prdective 




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Uppert said, "When ttiey 
came oto one of than (tator 
identified aa Hemun A. 
MHOS. II, Old Vfaftoto Beach 
Boulevard) went straight 
aooss ttw lot wito ttie gun at 
the hostage's head 
tiireatentag to Idll htoi ami 
ftoi h^Kd^ woods. 

"The other one Mitated, 
ttien mmBd waBi^ Moiig 
ttM wall sml Mpped d tN 
corner. When he ttireatned 
to kiU tha Jfostage, HVMs^ 
him,'Ymi lAttn and ymi're 
daad alao. 4i soon ai 

Aod hbn m^ <HMo 
hadid m^^ to 
•ffiewba^jhe 

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"As iM J^ftd ^ OM, 

td^are you are^J Mw 

Hi risiiiiiidid a ^ee car he 
faiw^ total. inM htas^aM 
fm wui a en HI hnp to 
gd It' We 



he kept ttu^tentog to kiU ttie 
hostage (Plemesu). He 
ftoaily agreed for me to 
bring toe car. As I brought 
tiie car up he dragged the 
hostage toside wito us s^ 
started yelling. 'Go, go or m 
kill you.' I was driving 
slowly and he kepi hdlotog, 
'Go or I'll kiU ymi.' I drove 
toe car arotoid the {orner to 
«1iere I knew the pdice cu* 
bkKkade was. H« luigi he 
kept hollertoK 'Go' and 
yelled for tti«n to move to 
toe cars. 

"I saw Curan through tiie 
rear view mirro' m he 
mo^d to, a«l f^ as tom as 
I kqithim ittdracted Qvtm 
codd dto««K,Jto finally 
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PAGE 2-THE SUN-THURSDAY, MAY 3, ISTSt 



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Council told City 
Budget top heavy 






Mn. Gene Porde, Budget 
Chilrman. Council of Chrte 
Orprizaiiois, has attacked 
the City's (weal poUdea as 
continually ignoring the 
wdf^n of the majority of 
city emi^ees. 

Addreasing City Council 
Monday Mrs. Poole claimed 
that City Manager Roger M. 
Scott since assuming his 
office in 1989 has gained 
annoval of City Operating 
Budgets containing ad- 
ministrative salary in- 
creases ranging from M per- 
cent to ig[7.5 per-cent, wMle 
(he avMtige city employee 
Increases were In the rai^e 
of 5 to 23 per-cenl. 

Hostages 

anything about who he might 

"As I got to the window I 
decided I had to act to 
protect the hostages and the 
welfare of the others. I fired 
one shot through the window 
hitting him In the shoulder. 
He slumped forward, and I 
heard the shotgim go off." 
. Lippert continued, "When 
Joe shot I grabbed the barrel 
of the shotgun, w^ich was 
leantaMK ^V ^^y> pointed it 
vp hi Uie air and it wenVoff 
through the roof of the car. 
lUght after Joe's shot wont 
off that kid (Plemeau) was 



Mrs. Poole said, "The 
taxpayers are becoming 
more aware of City costs...", 
and that whUe officials felt 
Ihey were justified in their 
actioitt"...the yar^tidc to be 
followed in budgetary 
matters should be ttie City's 
ability to pay." 

Specific salary increases 
cited as being unwarranted 
since 1969 included City 
Manager, $4 per-cent; City 
Attorney 76 per-cent; 
Director of Personnell, 77 
percent; and the Director of 
Public Libraries 107.5 per- 
cent. While Mrs. Poole 
conceeded the lattw dso 
Includes duties of the Putdic 






Wishart 
House 

fContinusd from Page 1) 

(he four-room house, typical 
of Virginia houses of that 
era, is scaled down in size, 
but not in quality. He noted, 
loo, ihal ail available space 
was utilized by (he oc- 
eupanta. 

Two rooms upstairs are 
divided by ||ie stairway. 
End fireplaces heated the 
"fooms. 

A 2 ft^iX %i\. tra0 door 
reaches up inio the loft. 

"This was probably a 
storage area where they kept 
com, wo(riens, or wheal, we 
feel." Murdock said. He 
added thai in order to 
penetrate that loft, abmit 200 
years of bird nests had to 
firsi be removed. 

Downstairs there are two 
roMns, one of which Mur- 
dock termed the "key" 
room, where the family ate, 
slq>t and cooked. 
A T-wing In the rear was 
added In later years. The 
basement, Murdock said, is 
not thought . to be 
ariginal..."it was probably a 
root cellar." 

They'll remove from the 
house the shingled shed 
dormm, an addition of the 
I930's , and which served, 
forttinalely, as a protection 
for Ihe original root. 

"An inieresiing failure by 
the way," Murdock said, "is 
Ihal the builders of hcHises 
nearly wanted to copy the 
roof line of Ihe Wishart 
House so they did. ."the 1930 
version." 



CContinued from Page 1) 

gone out the door on his side. 
When the iriMtgun went off I 
jumped out my side." 
- When police convolved on 
the car they unmasked the 
suspect, took custody of the 
slM^un, and called for a 
rescue squad to take the 
wounded suspect to the 
hospital. 

A search of surrounding 
woods resulted in the 
discovery of Gardner, who 
was abandoned there by the 
' fleeing gunman. Later Miles, 
identified as the second 
suspect, was arrested at his 
home. 

Curran and £in*rt were 
; high in the d^r pl-aise for 
fach other and everyone else 
on hand at the crime scene. 
Curran said, "I think Lippert 
deserve a lot of credit for 
what he did. There's no way 
in the world I could have 
done it by myself. I think 
everyone on the scene had a 
part in It and cteserves a lot 
of credit." 

Lippert echoed his words 
later by saying,"Everybody 
on that scene deserves 
credit. Everybody main- 
tained their cool and did an 
outstanding job." 

LIppert's wife Sally 
showed a i^ecial thank- 
fulness in pmsing Curran's 
action by saying, "I'm 
thankful to 'Joe Curran for 
saving my husband's life, 
and I don't even know the 
man." 



Flood aid 
appmved 



Informatl(»i Officer, which 
previowly was (he function 
of a m«nber of Scott's im- 
mediate staff, she pointed 
out a staff of six people is 
now required (o handle 
(hese dudes. 

She also pointed out Oiere 
was a 96.5 per-cent increase 
in the assistant city 
manager's salary, and the 
creation of the post of 
assistant to thecity manager 
in Fiscal 1971-72 created an 
84.^ per-cent salary increase 
in a comparable position. 
Mrs. Poole also said the city 
attorney now receives the 
third hii^est salary in the 
State fw simlliar positions, 
and . director of public 
libraries commands the 
highest salary of com- 
parable positions in the 
State. 

To further lllus(ra(e her 
con(en(ion of inequities in 
fiscal policies Mrs. Poole said 
Ihe (rend is for, "...large 
raises a( (he (op level and 
very small raises a( (he 
bottom...", and (ha( "...all 
city employees with annual 
salaries below $10,000 need 
subslantial raises." 



Roadway 
advances 




Investigation nets 
drug suspect arrests 



HOSPITAL WEEK-W. Earl Willis, administralor of General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach, observes Mayor Robert B. Cromwell Jr. sign the proclamation 
designating May fi-i2 as National Hospital Weeli. Beach Gmeral will Join the 
nation's 7.600 hospitals in observing the weelt^, — 



A sevo) month undercover 
investigation culminated 
Monday nif^l with the arrest 
of 14 people, including three 
juveniles, on charges (rf 
selling and-or distributing 
narcotics. 

Lt. E. F. Buzzy, Narcotics 
Squad CO., said the arrests 
were made possible through 
close co-operation between 
the Virginia Beach and 
Norfolk pdice departments. 
AccM^ing (0 Buzzy a Nor- 
folk police officer working 
undercover purchased some 
1950 worth ot LSD, 
Marijuana, Hashish and 
Amphetamines in the 
Aragona area of Vintinia 
BMch. Buzzy indcated the 
officer furnished enough 
iitfcrmalion lo Del. F. H. 
Drew (0 enable 39 warran(s 
to be issued charging 23 
persons with vidation of the 



Narcotic Control 
Virginia Beach. 



Monday night's rouniJhip c 
suspects, during a five hou 
period, IncludMl mjemben c • 
both cities poHcfe d^r 
menls. Buzzy .said ih 
armts were made1)y a t«r 
of 11 men, eight front, 
Virginia Beach and lhi«>«' 
from Norfolk. Thoi 
arrested included U adult i> 
and juveniles aged 15 lo k 



Buzzy said >:'lhe 
vesligalion also qtsulted 
Ihe charging of five pecq >■ 
with theft of autontobilesai .. 
sale of stolen propierty ai 
recovery of approximate 
$47,000 worth of stolen auU 
and the arresl of ten peo|i 
on burglarly charges ai 
confiscation of a lar| 
quantity of stolen prc^r 



Land policy challenged 



The State Highway 
Commission has approved 
plana to improve Newtovn 
Road between Virginia 
Beach Boulevard and the 
Virginia Beach Norfolk 
Expressway 

The cost oi t; ■ half mile 
project is e&:iMiated at 
$686,000. State lunds will 
finance 85 per-cent of the 
cost with the cities of 
Virginia Beach and Norfolk 
sharing the remaining 15 
per-cent of cost. Newtown 
Road is a boundary between 
the two cities. 



The City's procedure of 
requiring developers to 
dedicate land as a 
prerequisite to obtaining a 
building permit is being 
challenged by F. Wayne 
McLesk^' Jr. 

McLeskey is challenging 
the Citys right to require 
him (0 delicate 30 feet of 
frontage of his Newtown 
Road property, where he 
plans to build a shopping 
center, before he will be 
granted a building permit. 
He claims the ^^ity's action 
"...constitutes an effort to 
take municipal blackmail 
private property without 
compensation." 

McLeskey claims he has 
fulfilled all requirements for 
the use permit in the sub- 



Brickell chosen 
national finalist 



Virginia Beach School 
SupOTlntendent E.E. Brickell 
has been selected one of 25 
finalists for National 
Educational Administration. 

Brickell was named the 
spate's Educational Ad- 
ministratcff of the Year by 



the organization in March. 
The winner of the national 
award will be announced by 
May 15. 



Federal financial 
assistance amounting to 
$193,646.00 dollars has been 
approved for Virginia Beach 
for damage suppered 
from the Tidewater 
flooding. 

Thomas P. Credle, state 
coordinator of Civil Defense, 
stated that reimbursemept 
will be dependent upon 
satisfactory com|detion ol 
eligiUe work, and the results 
of federal audit of final claim 
submitted. 

Approval was sent to 
Roger M. Scott, City 
Manager, for debris 
clearance, . protective 
measures, damage to streets 
and roads, puUic buildings 
and public utilities. 



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mission of site plans except 
the requested land 
dedication, and has been 
denied a permit. His 
property reportedly is 
already properly zoned for 
use as a shopping center. 

He further claims that 
required dedication of the 



land will reduce the size of the 
shopping center site to the 
point of making the project 
unprofitable. 

His suit also requests 
Circuit Court direct th'rCity 
to approve his plans, without 
requiring land dedication, 
and issue his requested use 
permit. 




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p.m. and the other at 8 p.m. 
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Civic Chorus sets 
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events of horsemanship. 

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Saunders rehearse for "Haygood Hay-Daze." a 
coante>y-we8tem style variety show to be presented by 
members of Haygood United Methodist Church on 
Saturday, May 5. at 7:30 p.m. In the church fellowship 
hall. Tickets are available for |l donation for adults 
and 50 cents for children under 12. Proceeds will help 
offset the cost of carpeting the church sanctuary. The 
church Is at the cm^er of Haygood and Ferry Plan- 
tation Roads. 



The Virginia Beach Civic 
Chorus will present "I 
Believe in Music" as its 
annual spring omcert on 
Sunday, May 6, and Mcmday, 
May 7. The two concerts will 
be given at Princess Anne 
High School. Sunday's 
performance is at 3 p.m. and 
Monday's at 8 p.m. 

The group, under the 
direction of Walter Noona, 
will again presait a varied 
concert containing n\usic 
from Bach to rock. 

Bach's "All Breathing 
Life, Sing and Praise Ye the 
Lord" and "Achieved Is the 
Glorious Works" from 
Haydn's "The Creation" wiU 
open the first portion. Also 
included is the 16th century 
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Greatest ^ow on Earth," 
Saturday, May 5, from 9:30 
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the school, 
Northampton Blvd. and 
Wesleyan Drive on the 
Virginia Beach-Norfolk line. 
The Field Day events will 
include student athletic 
events beginning at 1 p.m., a 
barbecue in the lunchroom, a 
country store with restored 
furniture, white elephants, 
toys, arts and crafts and a 
garden shop. The midway 
will open at 11 a.m. with 
rides and games. 

Good things to eat will 
include homemade candies 
and sweets, pastries, pies 
and cakes, cookies, breads 
•nd hort d'meuvres. 




Maiden" 1^ di Lasso uid 
Offenbach's "Neighbors' 
Chorus" from the comic 
opera "La Jolie Par- 
fumeuse." 

Carol Noona will again 
accompany the group on 
piano, assisted in the second 
half by bass guitar and 
percusskm. A selection of 
contemporary music has 
beoi chosai for this sectton. 

"Superstar" from "Jesus 
Christ Superstar," "Joy to 
the World" by Three Dog 
Night. "Hands of Time" 
from "Brian's Song" and 
"If" by David Gates and 
Bread will be included. 

Concert tickets are 
availaUe from any chorus 
meinber or at the door. 

Navy Choristers 
Spring Concert 

The Tidewater Navy 
Choristers will present their 
Spring Concert on Wed- 
nesday, May 16, at 8 p.m. in 
Mariannas Hall at the Arm- 
ed Forces Staff College on 
Hampton Blvd. 

The group, under the 
direction of Lt. Cmdr. Leon 
Harrel, will perform works 
by Thompson, Rodgers and 
Hammerstein, wSbb, Ives 
and Burleigh among others. 



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"M mmryvM it wtll »m»9, Virginia BMch has just 
aawi ^t tM a fuW rMNWr*iMi of all raal proparfy in our city. 
IMt rtwpraHal kicravtad ttia taxaMa vatut to lust over 
nmSEm. and «MII allow a tlzabte raductlon In our tax 
rflia. TterMttinltiastxbormighsof Bayslde, Blacltwater, 
KMnptvlii«< Lynnliavan, Princau Anna, and Puneo are 
Pteammandad to ba dacraatad by 44 cants to 45 cants (ap 
praxlmsMy a 21 par cant dacrease). This differential in 
rwligtlBn of rati it primarily a result of expanding the paid 
finmrviet to ttw antira city and incorporating the cost in 
Hit flHMvM HOVM iNiiant lavy." 

— -<Wy.Minaoar togar M. Scott in ttie 1974 city Budget 
Prafao^ April a, 1973. 



aty Mmager Roger M. Scott's preface to the 
1974 City budget has some good news and 
some bad news. First, the good news. 
Virgi nia Beach property owners may get a 
~i^«IUH!Uuu in Die tax^nte. 
'Next, the bad news. Beach Borough is getting 
ttiebifflest reduction. We maintain that it is an 
iDJu^ioe to the other boroughs for the most 
expensive borou^, in terms of City services 
provided, to set another big handout. 

Admitted^, Virginia Beach is a tourist city. 

Molt ef the tourists sp«id most of their money in 

Sojids Boron^. Borough motels, restaurants, 

.ilid shopB get the biggest percentage of the 

^Oiiriflt (tollar, although some dollars are spilled 

%-}jUe the rest of the City. 

W A food and room tax has been levied to help 

:i|fe9V«r part of the money spent in the Borough 

'iurtouriat services. This tax does not even begin 

ito pay the tab. The rest of the deficit is made up 

(if tax money collected from the property owners 

hi the other Boroughs. 

..:: The howrd of imirists makes it difficult for 

aiHrmjcd residents to use the beach facilities. 

the inomvenience, must we also sub- 

the tourist industry? 

What borough has the most paid firemen? The 

poMce pratectifflB? The best mai ntained 



UTTERS 
to the 

EDirnR 




Demand anti-crime legislation ^^ ^^ (^ttdftf 



Cable TV 
an asset 

To the Editor: 

I would like to lake this 
opportunity to cmigratulate 
the Virginia Beach City 
Council for their con- 
si^ration in looking into the 
possibility of having a caUe 
TV system here at Vii^nia 
Beach. _ . 

It was very "shocking" to 
me to read in the newspaper 
the other day that the 
Council had authorized a 
committee lo be drawn up to 
sbidy and make evaluation 
of such a system for this city. 

The (CATV) would cer- 
tainly be an asset to the 
community as well as lo the 
minorities in the cmnmunity. 

It would offer more TV 
stations and therefore give 
minorities the oppcrtunity to 
carry programs of interest 
fhroughmit the entire city. 

William Bennett 
Virginia Beach 



To the Editor! 

President Richard M. 
Nixon proposed recently new 
anti-crime legislative 
measures to restore the 
death penalty for certain 
federal crimes and to stiffen 
penalties for sellers of hard 
drugs. Although no one is 
safe on the streets of 
Washington, D.C., Congrns 
las fffited to pass those 
necessary legislative 
measures. 

Decent citizens are 
shocked to realize that 



criminals in all big cities are 
encouraged by the per- 
missive Judges and the pro- 
criminal attitu(ks cf our 
major TV networks and our 
"liberal" papers. Only naive 
persons fail to realize that 
the Congress, Supreme 
Court, and various self- 
styled liberal circles 
rq>resent special interests 
aiiid pressure groups and 
(ttsregard the legal rights 
and interests of the majority. 
The time has come to 
realize that concerned 
citizens must demand 
Congress to pass stiff anti- 
crime laws. They should 



likewise demand all 
authorities concerned to 
respect citizens' major civil 
rights, to enjoy immunity 
(rom theattaclis of criminals 
in their homes and on the 
streets of cities. 

Above all, the silent 
majority shouM support our 
President in bis stnig^e 
against the irresponsible 
Congress and federal judges 
because President Nixon is 

e only defender of the 
rican people, 
rely, 

r. Alexander V. Berkis 
Professor of History 
Farmville, Va. 




A hand /or 

Laura Soles Thanks from a reader 



To the Editor: 

In your article about Cox 
High Schools play. "Fiddler 
on the Roof," you made a 
mistake by naming the 
wrong pers«i for Hodel. 
Mas Laura Soles was the one 
who did such a good job on 
Thursday and Friday. She 
was unable to perform the 
first night so her stand-in 
filled in. All the things you 
said about the one who 
performed Hodel apply to 
Laura Soles. 
Thanks, 

William E. Austin Jr. 
Virginia Beach 



To the Editor: 

In the last edition of the 
Sun, ymir paper was so kind 
as to publish my wedding 
announcement. I would like 
to compliment you and your 
staff on the excellent picture 
and coverage. Contrary to 
the poor Job done by the 



Keep Son ja Hillgren 



itreets? More water and sewer lines? Beach 
B(ntm0i, of course! And the resfof the boroughs 
have to help pay for the sand being hauled in for 
than to lay on! 

Mr. Scfrtt maintained that paid fire service to 
ibe rest of the City should bring more equal 
rates. The fact is, the Beach Borough has nine 
paid firemen on each shift, enough to man the 
statiao, as well as volunteer organization. 

Fire stations at Davis Comer, Chesapeake 
Beach, Princess Anne^ Cieeds, Kempsville, and 
Haza have two pai«l firemen on each shift and 
oa/e to rely on voiunt^rs for adequate 
prolPction. 

0:ta;i I'ark, London Bridge. Ocenna Statack, 
Biackwater, and ilialia have no paid firemen. 
Th^e stations are completely volunteer. 

It sppeam that once agam City government is 
attemi^g to pull the wool over the taxpayer's 
5y.«. City officials apparently felt that the 



To the Editor: 

The most outstanding 

"feature 6fyolir pa per , In my 

opinion, is S6hja Hillgren's 

report on "Voting of Beach 

Congressmen." 

I likP SonJa's presen- 
tation- she not only tells how 
the voting went but also <a) 
i:i VPS ajescriptign_pf the bill 
and (b) gives the position 
of supporters and opponents. 

it was with great alarm 
that I noted that this feature 



m your 



was not included 
April 19th issue. 
— f si nce r ely hope yo u ha v e 
not discontinued it. 
Yours truly, 
Edmund J. Conway 
23rd Street 

(Editor'g Note: Sonja 
Hillgren's Washington 
Bureau stggies on pertinent 
Mrginia Reacli-Washington 
topics continue lo be a main 
feature of the Sun each 
week.) 



Beach to receive 
more federal funds 



K> Sfliija Hillgren 
.Siin Washington Bureau 



WASHINGTON -Kevenue 

dtbens would be so rejoiceful with a tax cut that Slrtge'JLgVr^lr"'" 

the gross inequity would go unnoticed. . payment tor the first 

It did not slip by. Beach Borough should pay quarter oi ms refien annual 

vmte because the services demanded there cost '"^f^"' "^ payment that are 

more. The 10 cents to 20 cents more per $100 .X't'^i!' the^frrst I'a? 

afsessed valuation in the new tax rate proposals ^( ^^^^ f,ve-year program. 

iin<H Plough. The differential should be at least ngures released by the 

ttiree times that. office of Revenue Sharing 

show that Virginia Beach 
will receive first quarter 
payments based on an 
annual rate of (4,026,304. 
This compares to the 1972 
rate of $3,765.440.One reason 
the 1973 payments are 
highf T, said a spoicesman in 
thf ofiu'- of H< venue 



Believable 
Innocence 



Sharing, is that Congress 
.stipulated that the nation- 
wide Ititty shall increase by 
at)out 10 per cent in each 
payment period. This means 
that the $5.3 hillion kitty — 
effective last year has been^ 
increased to an annual rate 
of $5.9 billion for the first half 
of 1973 

The Office of Revenue 
Sharing announced these 
first quarter payments, 
which are one-fourth of the 
annual payment rate to be 
effective for the first six 
months of Ihe year: 

Virginia Beach, $1,006,626; 
Chesapeake, $545,413; 
Norfolk, $1,874,979; Ports- 
mouth, $675,605; Newport 
News. $841,^9; Hampton, 
$735,370. 



hive^ no doubt, seen part of himself in President 
Richard M. Nixon Monday night. Nixon, on 
Wtional televfeion looked the nation r>quarely n 
the eye concerning the Watergate affair. 

Echoing Truman's most memorable words, 
Mlxoa flatiy stated, "Hie buck stops here." 
{9ixon acc^ted the responsibility for Watergate 
and {»t)claimed his innocence in the caper. His 
innocence is believable. 

It w(Mdd have been far better for the 
President to have made the Monday night ad- 
dra» back m August wh^ the public outcry was 
jtirt a small murmur. By waiting, Watergate 
Durst uito the domestic political espionage faux 
pas ol the decade. 

We h^fftify emtorsed Mr. Nixon for another 
tf^ k^ fail. We stidfeel that he was the better 
candidi^ and has done a good job while in office. 

i^lGW that the President has publicly promised 
the peq^ that he will^urge his house of those 
i^iay, tet us turn our attention to more serious 
donnestic and wwrld iH^blems. 

T1^ dirt that was piled under the rug is now 
beii% swept (Hit. Mr. Nixcm assured us that the 
ofte of tiie {Resident was innocent in the 
matter. For the good ci the dbuntry, we must 
believe hun. 



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fo sex educafion 




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This week's response to 
the Sun Survey question on 
sex education in public 
schools was even: half yes 
and half no. Overall the 
majority erf readers replying 
to the question in the last few 
weeks were in favor erf sex 
education. 

A notable exception comes 
from Mrs. Jay D. Griffin who 
said: 

"A loud NO is my answer 
to sex education in schools. 
Schools are no place for this 
to be taught and I resent our 
hard-earned taxes being 
spent for this and my 
children's time being spent 
in this way. 

"And I won't let my 
children be taught whether 
it's in a mixed class or not. I 
will keep them home on 
those days. .How will we 
[»rents know the moral fibre 
of the teachers? Since the 
Bible is forUdden in the 
schods, how can a teacher 
explain sex in with our 
maker and love, and his [dan 
fw us? 

"I want our children to 



know love and God's plan for 
families and we will if only it 
isn't taught away from the 
adults in the home. Our 
world has survived since 
Adam and Eve without it 
being in the schools. My 
children go to school to study 
the three B's, not sex." 

We start a new question 
this week on the tax rate in 
the various boroughs of the 
city. Our editorial position is 
that the Beach Borough 
should pay a higher tax rate 
since it receives more city 
^rvice than the other six 
boroughs. 

As shown in the new city 
budget, each borough may 
enjoy a tax rate re<hjction, 
with the Beach B<x-ough 
receiving the biggest 
reduction. 

Tlw (piestion is: "Should 
the Bmch Borough have the 
same tax rate as other 
borou^s in the city?" 

As always, we appreciate 
signed letters and cwnmenls 
from our readers on this 
impmlant issue. 



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QUESTION: Should the Beach Borough 
have the same tax rate as other tmrou^s 
in the city? 

Your comments and signed letters would be ai^HcciatMl iriio. 

YES D NOG 

Op and letutn lo: VIRGINIA BEM» SUN. 
138 MosenMmt Ri, ^kfm iJMCli, U 23452 



Virginian-Pilot (as is their 
usual), the Sun should be 
very proud of the out- 
standing job that they are 
doing. Thank you very much 
and keep up the good work. 
Sincerely, 

Mrs. M.P. Hammonds 
Loch Nesi Court 




1973 .National Kindness Poster 



May is 'Be Kind 
to Animals Month' 



The entire month of May 
has t)pen designated "Be 
Kind to Animals Month" by 
the Virginia Beach SPCA. 
The first full week in May is 
National Be Kind fo Animals 
Week, sponsored by the 
American Humane 
^sociation. of which the 
Virginia Beach SPCA is an 
affiliate. 

The Beach SPCA has 
scheduled special events to 
mark the month, including a 
special Humane Sunday, 
with observance m many 
;:hurchps. '' 

Soecia! i vents fo'^ e.ich 
wei'kt'ai .n Miv include: 

May 5, 2 p.m., Redwing 
Park - K-9 Corps demon- 
stration. Virginia Beach Dog 
irainmg Class demon- 
stration. 

May 6 - Humane Sunday. 

May U - Blessing of the 
Animals - Eastern Shore 
Chapel, service conducted 
by the Rev. Charles Riddle 



at 4 p.m. This is the fourth 
annual Virginia Beach 
"Blessing of the Animals." 
All animals are welcome, 
but must be leashed or 
caged. 

May 19 - Fun Match - The 
Virginia Beach Dog Training 
Classes under the direction 
of Marie Thompson, in 
conjunction with the Irish 
Setter Club. All obedience 
entry fees will go to the 
Virginia Beach SPCA. 

May 20, Fun Match - 
Virginia Beach chapter 
Tidewater Kennel Club 

May 26-27, Open House - At 
the Shelter on lOM Farm 
Road. Winning oitries in the 
photography contest, in- 
cluding honorable mention, 
will be on display at the 
shelter. 

The Virginia Beach SPCA 
will offer special adoption 
fees each weekend in May 
for older dogs and cats. 



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HUMANE MONTH — Mrs. Lis Sills, exeeative 
directM- of the Virginia Beach SPCA, watches Mayor 
Robert R. Cromwell Jr. shakM heads with Angel, tte 
SPCA mascot, after signing ttie proclanatloB 
designating May as "Be Kind to .Animals Month." 




Br 

Cyrenc Dear 

DEVONSHIRE, ENGLAND - "The Hounds <d the 
BaskerviUes," in the book by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle which |> 

vividly port^yal the moors, woods and ton d Devon, no 
tenger haunt theresidents with their wlerd moans in the night, 

but this ancient shire of England stUrroninds one of an ^e 

kmgpast. 

Oa an express train from Limdon the first ^(9 was Exeter, 
foiBided by the Romans about 50-55 A.D. Situated on ttie river 
Exe, protected by h^ walls and other fMrtificatkos, Exeter 
lived imder the rule of the Romans, the Danes ai^ finally was 
. seized by the Normans imder William the Conqueror. Exeter 
can point to one of the longest histiHries of sdf-flovemmait hi 
England. The city had a mayor in ttie year 1900 and it has 
charters from Kings Hairy H, Ridiard I mad Mm. 

The Cathedral Church of St. Peter has been ataaSag for <00 
years. Its history goes back even further. Under the Saxons it 
was a monastic church with its own Bidiop; under ttie 
Normans a new cathedral was tmUt in Gottilc S^le. Today 
Uie cathedral is an active church witti daily servk»s, organ 
recitals and concerts. It is Uie Motho' Churdi of England in 
Devonshire and has been ttie si^tual home for thirty 
generations of Devon folk. 

Tempting as it was to explore ttie many interesttaig sights 
of historic Exeter, Uie coiaitryside of Dartmow was even 
more captivating. It was at Oie Manor House at Mor- 
tonhampstead (where I stayed) ttiat ttie movie with Basil 
Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes was fihned. "The Hounds of ttie 
BaskerviUes." Thanks to an old newspaper friend xrt» now 
lives on an elpate at Chagford, Newton Abbot, Devon, called 
Outer Down, I spent two days touring ttie vast arMS ci m- 
spoiled nature in Devonshire. 

Our American poetess Emily Dickinson wrote, "I never 
saw a moor, I never saw the sea, yet know I how ttie heather 
looks, and what a wave must be." I know because I was 
ttiere. I saw ttie huge hills, Uie rocky tors reaching toward ttie 
sky, and the lush low lands with its cob and ttiatch cottages. 
All around are tors, clitters, combes and cleaves, native 
names for outcrops, rock piles, valleys and gwges. 

There is something about a moor that urges one to explore. 
Whether it is the wave of the heaUier, ttie tor in ttie distance, 
Uie small horses running wild or ttie large black-faced dieqi 
heavy with wool and litUe lambs running after them, or 
whether it is still Uie sound of Uie legendary bound, jptoph 
must satisfy th«r urge to walk ttie moor. The mew ean^be 
dangerous when the mist rises. Visitors are warned to head 
for home or shelter, lest they become engulfed in ttiis heavy 
fog and get lost. Every year several persons die snnewbere 
on the moor. People are urged to always carry a flashli^t 
and a compass when walking on the moor. Rescue squads are 
constanUy on the alert to watch for and aid those who have 
wandered far afield. 

While Exeter is the hearrofDartmoorandtwirmatenwdr 
lead through the area, the picturesque roads are ao narrow 
that even the small English cars cannot pass each other. One 
must back up to a wide place so the other can pass. These 
roads are shielded by stone walls covered witti bracken, 
vtiiere primroses bloom at ttiis time of year, lliese roads lead 
to small villages and market towns called Widecombe (ttie 
home of the famous Widecombe Fair), Chudleigh, Tavistock, 
Bovey Tracy, Princetown and many others. 

Fortunately my hospitable Engli^ friends were eager to 
show me as much of Devon as time permitted. When I said I 
would like to see the sea, we drove toward the coast as far as 
the fishing village of Brixham. While lunching at a small 
restaurant, we could look out on the replica of the Goldoi 
Hind, the ship of Sir Frances Drake, the first to sail around 
the world, which will soon follow his voyage to San Fran- 
cisco. Later we climbed a hill so we could look put upon tk# 
English Channel. - ;::;— 'ir-y.^ '^; -- -yr.-~^ 

Alas, eyen the happiest days must end, but not without |}igh 
tea at Outer Down with my friends the Wiltshires. Hoi^ in 
this typical Devonshire manor was tea as only the En^lsh 
can make it, with scones, biscuits spread with a layer of 
butter then a layer of Devonshire cream topped with Jttn, 
homemade fruitcake, and a meringue looking like a snowball 
with a cherry on top. 

It was with great reluctance that I left Devmidiire where 
the Hound was staged, where Jdin Galsw(H^y wrote'lhe 
Forsyte Saga", Sean O'Casey wrote his plays, and I^J". 
Delderfield published a newspaper and wrote his histofic 
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"Wouldn't ttiat beige go well in ttie family room?^ 

This question of color often dominates the way a 
buys carpeting, yet it'sthe worst pMsible way to go aboil^ttM 
job. The color may look great in ttie family room now, bk% a 
couple of years, aft«r the drubbing it gets fhmi ttie chdi^^, 
you may need a new carpet. !%• 

What's oft«i overlooked is the fact that some carpeiic«ra 
made to take heavy wear and some are not. To get the httt 
tarpeting for your money, you diould try to imitate 
professional buyers. Some suggestions: 

• 1— Specifications should be carefully listed. For exan^le, 
how long do you plan to live in the h<Hne? If you'll only he 
there a few years, why waste money on expaisive, wall^ 
wall carpeting you can't take with you? 

Will the carpet be in a heavy traffic area? Will it be ex- 
posed to the dirt and abuse of young children? Will the carpet 
be in family or dining rooms viliere spills are likely? lliese 
are some of the key questions that should be answered in yoiff 
specification list. 

2— Pick Uie fiber to mate* your needs. Nylon is ttie 
toughest and is one of the least expensive. It's best used in 
family rooms and children's rooms (especially boys). ' 
The drawbacks : Nylon raises consido-able Uatic electridty 
and may need more frequent cleaning because it tends to 
pick up dirt. Ifowever, it's one of the easier fibers to clean. 

Acrylic fib«- ( Acrilan, Creslan, Orion) has a rich fed Aid 
looks somewhat like u^mI . Prices for wocri caip^ have gaw 
out of sight It's hard to soil acrylic carpeting, aikl Ai^ are 
easy to remove. On Uie negative side, it's not as tough as 
nylon and is more expensive. Also, acrylics sometimes 
suffers from browning stains that come up fixHn moistened 
backing. These stains are easy to remove but aro annoyfaig. 
Best fisLces for acrylics are living rooms, dinii^ roans, wdait 
l)edrooms. 

Polyester fibers (Kodel, Dacron, Fortrd, Encron) have 
bright, clear colors with a rich Uxk. They don't stain ess^ 
and are easy to clean. N^ativn: The M^t odors tend to 
show i^rt, and the yarn i«i't as long4a8ting as nykm w 
acrylic. Polyest^^ som^mes tend to pill or fuH up. 

Olefin such as Herculon and Marvess are inexpensiw, 
resi^ stains exc^onally wdl and are easy to clean. Air 
ttiis reason, Uiey're best UMd in UtdMtt. tde 
negatives: Olefins niffer somewhat from pilling mS 
fuzzing and have a k>w melting pofait. A q^uck scrape di a 
leather heel can caioe moi4Jh frictiwi to fwn a ttifai, bttn 
line. 

3— A carpet's weave can alto decitk its um. &ag wmw 
carpets are not good for heavy traffic arau because tti^ 
tofid to mat down. Closely woven, short-pile ^«fi hMe d^ 
wdl and are good for diikhren *s bedrotms and imaOy rotaiA- 
DiHi't get the Icmgor, kwser woven Aagi. Thqr*re a ^It- 
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Carol Due weds 
Ronnie Rickman 



'-'' Carol Due was wed to 

^"'■^ Ronnie Rickman on April 27 

''' -At! p.m. at Aragona Baptist 

"'I'Church with the Rev. Horace 

'* - Col p epper trfftciatingr-— — 

■"' ' ' liie bride is the daughter 

■ '"df Mr. and Mrs. Lyni> Krist 

""''of Virginia Beach. The 

f' '•bridegroom is the son 

^^ ' OF Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rick- 
' man of Knoxville, Tenn., 
former residents of Virginia 
■- 'Beach. 

'"';' The bride wore a gown 

' ' yith antique lace bodice and 

''^'?leeves and skirt of sheer 

' nylon. Her mantilla of 

' /beaded lace fell to a chapel 

length train. She carried a 

bouquet of white carnations 

with streamers, centered 

~^i With a corsage of white roses 

*"atid two detachable red 

'" Tftses.The bride gave one 

* red rose to her mother on 

! ■'approaching the alter and 

'one rose to the groom's 



mother upon leaving the 
altar. 

Karen Wilkinson served as 
maid of honor Bridesmaids 
wer e Ma ry Pocri 
bride, and Sonya Rickman, 
sister of the groom. 

Kenny Phelps of Knoxville 
was best man. Groomsmen 
were Bobby Craige and 
Michael Kelley of Virginia 
Beach. ^ 

Music was by Mr. 
Margareh Rhodes and 
soloist was Judy Harris. 

After the ceremony, a 
reception was held in the 
church fellowship hall. 

The bride will graduate in 
June from Kellam High 
School. The bridegroom is a 
graduate of Central High 
School, Knoxville. He is 
stationed at Littla Rock 
AFB, Arkansas. 

The couple will reside in 
Little Rock. 




Mrs. Ronnie Rickman 



Lucye Piigh engaged 



r.'Mr. and Mrs. William H. 

:P0gh of Burkeville announce 

,-the engagement of their 

(daughter, Lucye Gray Pugh, 

ta Albert Maverick Davis. 
, eon of Mrs. Mary 

vMcGarraugh Davis of San 
.Antonio and Clyde Lee Davis 

Jr. of Virginia Beach. 
The bride-to-be is a 
. graduate of Prince Edward 

Academy and is currently 
: pending the University of 
*' Nbrth Carolina as a fourth- 



year pharmacy student. She 
is also a (Aarmacy extern in 
the neuro-surgical unit of 
Duke University Hospital. 

Her financee is a graduate 
of Jefferson High School in 
San Antonio and Virginia 
Military Institute. He is 
presently employed by the 
Atlantic Tobacco Company, 
Favetteville, N.C. 

The wedding will take 
place in Burkeville on May 
19. 




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sneryl Wizeman weds 
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The marriage of Sheryl 
|.ynn Wizeman and Dr. 

mes ^uart Arline took 
place Majxh 3 at 7 p.m. at 
Comlnunity United 
Methodist Church with the 
Rev. Marcus H. Bloodworth. 
pastor of LeKles United 
Methodist Church, of- 
fteiating at the doidt)Ie-ring 
ceremony. 

The bride is the dau^ter 
(rf Mr. and Mrs. Donald 
George Wi»man of Vii^nia 
BeM:h. The bridept>om is 
the son of Mrs. Margret 
Arline Bayne of Nm^old and 
the late Arthur Woodson 
Arline. 

Given in marriage by her 
father, the bride «wre a 
wedding gown of white 
Dulcet satin. The empire 
bodice, appUqued in alencon 
Utce, pearls and cry^ls, 
featured a Victorian 
neckline and long fitted 
sleeves. The Aline sWrt was 
bordered in the same lace 
with a tubular train. Her 
chapel length veil of silk 
illusion was arranged from a 
[m>fne headpiece of white 
satin, alencon lace and 
pearls. She carried a boug^ 
of yellow roses and baby's 
breath. 

Cynthia Jeanne Wizeman 
served as her sister's maid 
of honor. She wore a floor- 
length gown of lavender 
micro-mist. It featured an 
empire waist, white shawl 
collar edged with lace, soft 
flowing skirt and long sleeves 
deep whitejiuffej 



with lace. She wore a profile 
headpiece with shoulder- 
leni^ii illusion of the same 
odor. She carried a b<Mjquet 
of yellow daisies, white 
baby's breath and purjrie 
statice. 

Bridesmaids were Bea 
Arline, Mrs. Robert Rode 
and Mrs. William Vv^- 
ris. all of Vir- 
ginia Beach. Their 
Virginia Beach. Their 
dresses were in the same 
style as the maid of honor's 
in yellow with yellow 
headpieces. They canied 
bouquets of ydlow daisies 
and purine statice. '' 

Noel Ami Peek of East 
Greenwich. R.I., cousin of 
the bride, served as 
flowergirl. She wore a dress 
similar to the maid of 
honor's and carried a basket 
of rose petals. 

Woodson Arline of 
Baltimore served as his 
brother's best man. Ushers 
were John Klousia of 
Miami Beach, Michael Nold 
of Chesapeake. John Paine 
of Keswick, Alfred Sharp of 
Wrightsville Beach. N.C, 
and Stanford West nf 
Greenville, S.C. 

Mrs. Daniel Lovelace was 
the organist and Charles J. 
Williams was the Soloist. 
Shirley Malbon served as 
mistress of ceremonies. 

After the ceremony, a 
reception was held at the 
Officer's Club, Little Creek 
Naval Amphibious Base. 

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Beach consumers set 
price protest rally 



I Club Notes 

BAYSIDE JUNIOR PTSA 

The Bayside Junior PTSA will hold election and in 
stallation of next year's officers at the meeting scheduiprt 
Tuesday, May 8, at 7 : 30 p.m. A special musical program will 
follow the business nneefing. 

FAIRFIELD CIVIC LEAGUE 

Thftrepular meeting of the Fairfield Civic League will be 
" he l d on Tuesda y, May j, at»y:30 p. m a'. K eiiips v ttte- 
Elementary School. 

KELLAM BAND PARENTS 
The Kellam High School Band Parents Association will 
holditsregularmeetingonThursday,May 3, at 8p.m in the 
band room (or adjacent classroom) at the school. All 
parents of band leaders are urged to atfend. 



Mrs. Elizabeth Tate of the 
Virginia Citizens Consumer 
Council and the National 
Consumers Congress has 
announced a consumers 
informational rally to be 
held on Saturday, May 5, in 
accordance with National 
Price Protest Day. 

Mrs. fate and Mrs. Linda 
Hall of Virginia Beach are 
helping organize the protest 
rally, as they did the meat 
boycott in the city the first 
week in April. 

Mrs. Henry Howell will be 
among thespeakers wtio will 
address the rally, scheduled 
to start at 7 : 30 p.m . Saturday 
in the Lake Taylor High 
School auditorium. 

A price protest motorcade 
is also planned for Saturday 
before the rally, with 
pick-up points designated 
along the route for those 
wishing to join the motor; 
cade en route. 

The motorcade will start 
at 6 p.m. Saturday at Janaf 
Cinema in the Janaf Shop- 
ping Center. At 6: 12 p.m., the 
motorcade will make a pick- 
up stop at the Colonial Store 
across from Lakeland 
Shopping Center. 

At 6:26p.m., a pick-up stop 
will be made at Southern 
Shopping Center behind the 
Western Auto store. 



Janet 
Miller 
towed 



At 6:40 p.m., a stop will be 
made at Woolco Department 
Store on Little Creek Road 
behind Champ's. Another 
stop will be made at 6:58 
p.m. at the Virginia Beach 
Produce Market near Shore 
Drive on Diamond Springs 
Road. 

From there, the motor- 
cade will proceed to Lake 
Taylor High School. 



Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Tale 
are asking for volunteers to 
help circulate petitions about 
National Price Protest Day 
and also about the planned 
protest of the requested milk 
rate increase in Richmond. 

A free bus trip to Rich- 
mond is planned on Wed- 
nesday, May 9, to oppose the 
rate increase before the 
State Milk Commission. 



Persons desiring to drive to 
Richmond in their own cars 
may call Mrs. Tate or Mrs. 
Hail for information on 
organizing car pools. 

For information on 
National Price Ptotest Day, 
the rally, petition 

distribution ur the trip to 
Richmond, call Mrs. Tate at 
497-6215 or Mrs. Hall at 340- 
8426. 



Mrs. Betty Jane Miller of 
Virginia Beach announces 
the engagement of her 
daughter, Janet Lee Miller, 
to Ronald Austin Kelley, son 
of James Austin Kelley of 
Virginia Beach. Miss Miller 
is also the daughter of 
Howard Arthur Miller of 
Virginia Beach. 

The bride-to-be is a 
graduate of Kellam High 
School and is employed by 
Geico Insurance Company. 
Her financee is a graduate of 
Virginia Beach High School 
and Old Dominion Univer- 
sity where he was a meinl>er 
of TTieta Xi Frathemity. He 
is also employed by Geico 
Insurance Company. 

A September 8 wedding is 
planned. 



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CHURCH WOMEN UNITED — May FeHowsliip Day foi- Church Women United 
will be held May 4. it a.m. at Bayside Presbyterian Church. Rehearsing last week 
were Mrs. L. Warren Chase <l), chairman of Celebrations Days; Mrs. Robert H. 
Boyce, representative of the host church; Mrs. C. N. Fuller. First Presbyterian 
Church. The theme is "As Hand Touches Hand." Speaker is Mrs. Marie Robinson, 
of Richmond, immediate past president of CWU In Virginia. (Photo by Helen 
Crist) 

Engagement 
announced 

Mr. and Mrs James L. 

Paxton of Virginia Beach 
have announced the 
engagement of their 
daughter, Carolyn Lee 
Paxton, to Stei^ien Edward 
Joyner of Virginia Beach, 
son of Mr and Mrs. Edward 
C. Joyner of Tavares, Fla. 

The bride-to-be is a 
graduate of Floyd E. Kellam 
High School and is attending 
Longwood College. Her 
fiancee is also a graduate of 
Kellam High School and is 
currently attending the 
University of North 
Carolina. 



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Joanne Agnes Coneys 
became the bride of Daniel 
George Robertson, Jr. on 
April 28 at 2 p.m. at St. Pius 
Catholic Church with Father 
Raymond McKiernan of- 
ficiating at the nuptial mass. 

The Iride is the dau^ter 
of Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph 
Coneys of Norfolk. The 
bridegroom is the smt of Mr. 
and Mrs. Daniel George 
Robertson of Virginia 

The bride was escorted 
and given away by her 
father. She wore a floor- 
FATHER. She wore a fkwr- 
l^nufh gown of white 
polyester organza with 

NotTingham cotton lace 
bands and helpline ruffle, 
Renaissance sleeves and 
lace yoke bodice. Her veil 
was a lace-edged mantilla. 
She carried a bouquet of 
white carnations and white 
roses. 

Kathy O'Brien of 
Washington, D.C., served as 
her cousin's maid of honor. 
9ie wore a two-toned chiffon 
gown trimmed with Navy 
blue ribbon running through 
cotton Venice lace. The 
gown featured a white bodice 
and Navy blue skirt. She 
carried a bouquet of mixed 
.spring flowers. 

Bridesmaids were Mrs. 
Chervl Pallette of 
Chesapeake, sister of the 

groom ; Maureen O'Brien of 
Washington, DC, cousin of 
the bride; Peggy Riley of 
"Vtrptnia^Beach : and T.ea" 
Fpwiie of Norfolk. 
' Tliey wore gowns identical 
to the maid of honor's and 
carried multi-colored spring 
bouquets with baby car- 
nations. 
Paul Coneys, brother of 



the bride, served as ring 
bearer, and Rosaire O'Brien, 
cousin of the bride, was 
flowergirl. 

IJshers were Matthew and 
Raymond Coneys, the 
bride's brothers, and Mark 
Adamson. all of Norfolk. 

The bride is a graduate of 
Norfolk Catholic High School 
and will graduate next 
month from Old Dominion 
Universitj(. She is entployed 
by the Virginia ^each 
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Expert foresees pollution-free cars 



By DONNA HENDRICK 

Ever wonder if anyone is 
REALLY doing anything 
about air pollution? Or 
whether those big car 
manufacturers really care 
wie way or ttie oUier about 
making their cars pollution- 
free? 

"By 1980, the car 
.manufacturers will have this 
pollution problem under 
ccmtrol,*; states Harold L. 
Smith, : a factory 

represehtative for Ford 
Motor Cktopany's marketing 
division.: 

Smith! was in town last 
week fot two days at the 
request of Steve Rhodes, 
manager of the new Plaza 
Exxon Gar Care Center, to 
tieach his mechanics all 
about the emission control 
^stem m late-model cars. 
Smith wbrks out of Rich- 
mond 'and Charlotte, 
tniveling-around this part of 
the country in a mobile 
training! unit to present 
lectures' and trouble- 
rihof^g ■ clinics wherever 
requested. 

He specializes in fuel and 
electrica'l systems, with 



emphasis on emission 
control. He also discussed 
air conditioning systems 
with the Plaza Exxon 
mechanics while he was in 
town. He will be back soon to 
work with them on practical 
applicatimis of the emission 
control trouble-shooting 
clinic. 

After his slide presentation 
to the mechanics. Smith took 
a few moments out of his 
busy schedule to discuss air 
pollution, how much 
automobiles contribute to it 
and what is being done to 
curb it. 

"We have so far corrected 
30 to 35 per cent of pollution 
from automobiles," Smith 
said. "On a national 
average, automobiles are 
responsible for about 12 per 
coit of all air pollution, with 
present controls. Rif^t now, 
the later model cars going 
down the road at highway 
speed, when properly tuned, 
are within federal 
specifications for allowable 
emission levels." 

Smith said that the con- 
sumer can do much to 
regulate air pollution from 



automobiles. And he agrees 
that the public is very much 
concerned about air 
pollution. 

"After all," Smith said, 
"our lives depend on how we 
control pollution, and we 
have found that the con- 
sumer is very cooperative in 
understanding the problems 
that go along with reducing 
air pollution." 

One of the problems in 
reducing pollution is that it 
also reduces the car's per- 
formance and gas mileage. 
Smith admitted that the 
newer-model cars get lower 
gas mileage and also ex- 
perience reduced per- 
formance. But he feels that 
all these mechanical 
problems will be solved soon. 

"I think we'll eventually 
get the efficiency we need 
out of our automobiles while 
making them pollution-free. 
Consumers are beginning to 
undm-stand that their cars 
will have less performance 
and get lower gas mileage 
for a while. As a whole, the 
consumers are very 
cooperative." 



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The Southwest Travel and 
Study Program. an 
educational summer science 
program for high school 
students, is now taking 
iqiplications for the third 
annual camping trip to the 
Southwest. 

A.W. Shelton III of 
\^inia Beach, a teacher at 
Late Taylor High School in 
Norfolk, is director of the 
program which is approved 
by the Virginia State Board 
of Education through the 
Norfolk City Schools. 

W^ school students who 
take ttie summer course 
eai'n one full credit in 
science, whidi may be used 
A iny puUic or private high 
Bdiool. 

Last year, 26 students and 
a teacher-supervisory staff 
of dght a(hilt8 participated 
in the program. Students 
w^e trom Virginia Beacn, 
Norfolk, Suffolk and 
Ariington. 

niis year, 20 students have 
sipied iq); for the program 
Old 10 to; 12 more will be 
actiepted. ' The cost of the 
Ariee and one-half week 
program is $360. 

Students and supervisors 



will travel in a group 
caravan to the Southwest 
states. After classroom 
preparation at Virginia 
Wesleyan College, cami^ng 
equipment and sleeping bags 
are loaded for the trip. 

The group will study 
geology, anthropology, 
history, biology and ecology 
in such places as the Smoky 
Mountains, Palo Duro 
Canyon, a Navajo Reser- 
vations, the Grand Canyon, 
Petrified Forest, Painted 
Desert, Sonoran Desert and 
Carlsbad Caverns. 

One highlight of the 
program is a 15-mile back- 



packing trip to Supai, Ariz., 
at the bottom of the Grand 
Canyon, home of the 
Havasupai Indians. 

Director Shelton is now 
holding interviews and 
giving slide shows in his 
home for interested students 
and their parents. 

Appointments and 
reservations may be made 
by calling Shejton at 497-2035 
or by writing Southwest 
Travel and Study Program, 
4864 Wyandotte Road, 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

Students set 



"They more or less have 
the feeling that this is 
something they have to live 
with. After all, these 
emission rontrols will im- 
prove our environment, and 
that's the important thing." 

Smith also predicted that 
the days of the backyard 
self-schooled mechanic are 
just about over. New 
automobiles have such 
sophisticated emission 
control systems that highly- 
trained mechanics using 
special equipment are 
needed to keep the new cars 
properly tuned and pollution 
free. 

"Today's cars are 
becoming more and more 
sophisticated," Smith said. 
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equipment and the right 
trained personnel." 

Consequently, Smith sees 
the day coming when all 
automobile mechanics will 
be licensed by the state or 
federal government. Some 
states already have laws 
requiring the licenshig of 
mechanics. 

Smith also has a special 
presentation on air pollution 
which he offers to civic 
groups, independent garage 
owners' associations or any 
other interested group. 

"Our program on emission 
systems is the most popular 
clinic we have," Smith said. 

Which just goes to prove 
that car manufacturen— ~- 
really do care about how 
their cars affect the en- 
vironment. 




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Eason accepted spring concert 
by Academy 



Timothy D. Eason oi 
Virginia Beach, a senior at 
Princess Anne High" School, 
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mission at the U.S. Air Force 
Academy. He was 
nominated by Rep. G. 
William Whitehurst. 

Eason is the son of Mr and 
Mrs. Kelly L. Eason of Glen 
Road, Virginia Beach. 



The Virginia Beach Junior 
High School Band will 
present its annual Spring 
Concert on Thursday, May 
10, at 8 p.m. in the school 
auditorium. 

Featured on the program 
will be the intermediate 
band, composed of seventh 
graders, and the concert 
l>and, made up of eight and 
ninth grade students. Music 
of various styles will he 
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successful party, then the 
Cavalier Circle of the King's 
Daughten: had the party of 
the year Sunday at the 
Cavalier. 

It's an annual supper party 
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And because this circle 
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RIBBON-CUTTING— I- our-vear-old James C. MIzelle 
of Chesapeake cuts the symbolic ribbon to open the 
new Easter Seal Center as his mother. Mrs. lanet 
Mizelle. assists. Observing are .layne Shover, 
executive director. National Easter Seal Society, and 
Harry C. Leftwich. president, board of directors. 
Virginia Easter Seal Society. 



Formal ceremonies 
dedicating a new Easter Seal 
Center in Virginia Beach, at 
3101 Magic Hollow Blvd., 
were held on April 27 at the 
new building which was 
recently completed. 

The 3,500 square foot 
building is designed 
especially for the ban- 

Explorers 
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open house 

Nursing Explorer Post No, 
914 will sponsor an Open 
House May 6 at 1:30 p.m. at 
the General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach (1060 First 
Colonial Road). 

All high school students 
and their parents are invited 
to at tend to learn more about 
the program in which 
s'udents may explore in 
depth career opportunities in 
mirsing. 

Representatives of the 
hospital and scouting 
organization will be present 
to answer questions. 



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Built to serve children and 
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be arriving in Norfolk fw a 
two-day stay in a tour of the 
slate to provide one-stop, on- 
the-spot aid for veterans and 
their dependents. 

A formal dedication 
Saturday, May 5, at tte 
Janaf Shopping Center in 
Norfolk will welcome the van 
to the Old Dominion. Con- 
gressman G. William 
Whilehorsi and Fred B. 
Rhodes, deputy ad- 
ministrator of the VA, head a 
list of distinguished 
government, veterans* 
organizations. and 
educational leaders 
scheduled lo take part in the 
ceremwiy. 

Citing the significance of 
Norfolk's selwtion as the 
focal point for the van's 
appearance in Virginia, 
Norfolk Mayor Roy B. 
Martin, Jr. has proclaimed 
Saturday as Veterans Van 
Dedication Day. 

Acfli^ties will begin at 1 :45 
p nj. with music provided by 
the Band of the Commander 
in Chief. Atlantic Fleet. The 
dedication ceremony is 
scheduled for 2 p.m. 

Patrick Beville. Director 
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van. but we're particularly 
niteresled in reaching the 
Vietnam era veteran wl» 
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City CouncU look a major 
step Monday towards 
equalizing water rates 
tliroi^jbait Ote City by ap- 
proving a retail water rate 
InveetigBtioa 'Tlie stwfy 
involves tiie setting of bulk 
rates, flat rates, and demand 
consumi^on rates to be 
barged water conaumers. 
Vice-Mayor F. Rdd Ervin 
was critical of spending 
money for a study to 
establish these rates without 
more regard to rate 
priorities. He said, "I 
recommend establisMng the 
resid«)tial rate fhrst, then 
volume billing second 
"It's becoming clear," he 



added, "we will pay 48.5 
cents per 1,000 gallons. The 
thing we need to do is get the 
residential and vdume rates 
established 

In presenting the proposal 
from the consulting 
engineerii^ firm of Hen- 
ningson, Durham and 
Richardson dicy Manager 
Roger M. Scott suggested 
establishing a cost 
maximum oi $34,500. 

The consultants agreed to 
complete the rate structure 

by July 1 to coincide with the 
date Vhginia Beach assume 
reqwnribility of disbursing 
water throu^out the resort 
city. 



xvurect veterans 

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Refuge access route 
temporarily opened 



TOI^ ARTIST— Vlrgiiila Beach artist Vance MHcheU 
fPoirtlM P^rsbnrg Purchase Award fm* his painting, 
"Hie Zts," and a merit award for his acrylic water- 
Mtor "Nags Head" in the recent ISth annual In- 
vHaitional Petersburg Art Show. More thiui 22S artists 
trwn Rfe states competed in the show. 



Federal Judge John A. 
MacKenzie has issued a 
limited temporary in- 
junction against banning 
vehicular traffic throi^h the 
Back Bay National WUdlife 
Refine. 

The order permits limited 
travel through a 4.5 mile 
beach access route between 
Sandbridge and the North 
Carolina line. The U.S. 
Departmoit of Interior is 
attempting to close the route 
on grounds of protecting 



Gtar dne r says sewer Rodgers 



work hurt business ^^""ces 



Cdy Councilman Quurles 
W. tSardno- says the in- 
stallhtion of new sewerage 
Unas along Atlantic Avenue 
are pladng severe financial 
harohips on businesses, and 
called §or poatptmhig the 
project untU the Fall. 

City Manager Rogw M. 
Scott said that when the 
project was betm ttie city 
'"..j«aitand some invblons 
might exist, but fdt the work 
doidd be completed by June 

Girdner disagreed with 
the estimate ud pointed oitt, 
"May to a very essential 
month (or tiiooe buafawsses 
whidi have been dosed all 
wtottr, "nd some peiq;tle 
might even be forced out of 
bu^ess." 



Councilman George R. 
Ferrell issued the im- 
pression ttiat "...people all 
over the city are in- 
convienced by projects." 

Councilman Donald H. 
Rhodes suggested a delay in 
the invject so as to not 
hinder this business element 
during the approaching 
tourist season. 

Council deferred for one 
week any decision oa the 
matter pending investigation 
by Scott as to uliether the 
installations could be 
postponed until the Fall 
undo- project contracts, and 
if this would have any 
detrimait on sewage im- 
provements for that area of 
the city. 



staff 



Keeling House 
hamed landmark 



Th< Adam XeeUng Houm, 
owned by Rear Adm. Leon J. 
Manees (ret.) has been 
placed on die roaster of the 
Virginia Hiatoric Land- 
mariis Commission. This 
makss it eligB)le for possible 
plaoement on the National 
Reglsler at a later date. 

Located at Great Neck 
IHiint, die houae, erected 
between ins and 1714, 
stands as one of Vii^nia's 
' b«8t*|veserved small pre- 
Georgian brick manor 
houses. It ia noted for its fine 
quality of brickwork and 



interior woodwoiic. 

Of particular significance 
are the glazed-header 
chevron patterns in the 
gables. Less than a half- 
dozen structures em|d(^ing 
this distinctive late-17th 
century decorative device 
remain in the state.' 

The building's more 
notable interior features 
include the handsome 
panded okI in the present 
parlor, and the closed string 
stair with pulvinated frieze 
in the stairhalL 



Teachers to attend 
summer institute 



Sevei^en Virginia Beach 
«di»ators have been 
amurded Natinial Sdeoce 
"nmAiaiai grants to attend 
a anaraer social studies 
faistitate at the University of 
Mtamesota, July 22 through 
August le, UTS. 

The tastitute wiU bring 
together teachers, ad- 
mtailstrMiws, and iniver^ 
p sra o nn d flrom tivou^iout 
the Gourtry tat a series <d 
uwiahepi on new sodal 
scimce materials and 
tMchtag m^hotto. Hie 
odaeaton iHB, in tarn, use 
(he knowiei^ ami skills 
fshMdduH^ ttw pr^ram 
la tr^ otter tewAers wbm 
iiqr mum to IMr own 

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communicating the new 
ideas and metiM>ds of in- 
striKtiMi to both studoits 
utA odmr social science 
teachers. 

The Vii^ia Beadi team 
of educators attending the 
institute will be headed by 
Thomas M. Garrou, the 
jtmior and senior high sdiool 
social studies program 
supervisor, and Joseph J. 
Owens, principal of Haza 
Jtmior High Sdiool. The 15 
other participants from 
Vfargya Beach are all jimk>r 
and senior high school social 
studtai teachers. Tbiy are 
Rose Morrisette, John 
McLaughlin, Sue Taylor, 
Norma Reed and Judy Clark 
from Plaza Junior High 
Sdwd, Catiiy %esso from 
Vhi^nia Beadi JimicH- Hi^ 
School, George Garbark, 
fttice Platz, and Ann Garett 
trm FirM Cdonlal High 
School, Rena Peterson, 
Kathy Midsn. aoA Irma 
Vensoa from Kam^ville 
Ittgh S<Ao^, Charles 
MwaOo nd DdhriA ntett 
frm ^yride lOgi School, 
andnty^es tma Bayiide 



Alvin L. "SaUy" Rodgers, 
independent candidate for 
sheriff, has announced the 
followhig attorneys in the 
Resort City who will head his 
campaign: 

John K. Moore, assodated 
with Moore and Brydges, 
will serve as campaign 
chairman. Robert H. 
"Bobby" Bennett, 
associated with Murphy and 
Bennett, will serve as vice 
chairman. W. Leigh Ansell, 
associated with Ansell, 
Butler and Canada, will be 
treasurer. 

A campaign committee is 
now bdng organized and 
campaign headquarters will 
be opened soon. 

Expert on China 
to visit ODU 

A scholar and expert on 
the Peoide's RepubUc of 
Oiina will be a guest speaker 
at old Dominion Univer sity 
May 8 (Tuesday). 

Shao-chuan Long, Doherty 
Foundation professor of 
government and foreign 
affairs at the Universtiy of 
Virginia, will discuss 
"China's Current 
D^omacy" at 2 p.m. in the 
9tli-floor faculty lounge in 
the Arts and Letters 
Building. 

His visit is co-sponsored by 
the ODU Committee of 
Visiting Artists and Scholars 
and the studoit Political 
Science aub, and the 
discussion will be open to the 
public without diarge. 



wildlife and migratory fowl. 
MacKenzie's injunction 
will remain in effect through 
October 30. In the meantime 
he is presiding over legal 
proceedings to overturn the 
government's action. The 
main point of contention in 
the legal proceedings who 
legally owns the property, 
and therefore the ri^t to 
determine regulating use of 
the area. 

Basically those who will be 
permitted to use the beach- 
front access route by vdiicle 
include owners of weekend 
homes in North Carolina, 
^ owners of future home sites, 
realtors, and contractors 
and repairmen. 

MacKenzie also ordered 
developers of property af- 
fected by the access route 
that sales contracts must 
clearly warn prospective 
buyers that beachfront 
access to the area is being 
contested in court. 

Debate 
scheduled 

The right and the left will 
share the same platform 
when conservative Reid 
Buckley and liberal Max 
Lerner meet to debate the 
subject "Does Liberalism 
Doom Society" as part of the 
Old Dominion University 
convocation series, 10 a.m., 
May 8, in the ODU Health 
and Physical Education 
Building gymnasium. 

Buckley, cultural and 
social critic, author, and film 
script writer, is the youngest 
son of the well-known 
Buckley family which in- 
cludes William F. Buckley 
Jr. and New Y«*k Senator 
James Budcl^. He is the 
author of "The Eye of the 
Hurricane" and the fortii- 
coming "Servants and 
Their Masters." 

Lerner is a leading jour- 
nalist wh(»e column is syn- 
dicated worldwide through 
the Los Angeles Times 
Syndicate. He is the author 
of a dozen books, including 
"America As a Civilization." 
"The Age of Overkill" and 
"Ideas Are Weap(His." 

Sponsored by the 
University's Office of 
Student Affairs, the coo- 
vocation is open to the public 
without charge. 




PAGEANT FINALIST - Trld Elatee demmaas. a 
sophomore at Fbst Coi<mtol Hlf^ School, has been 
selected to be a fhrnlist ia the 1973 Miss NatloBal 
Tenago' of Vhr^ito Pagrant to be held la RooMke ta 
JuM. She Is the tea^t«r of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. 
" af VIrgtata Beach. 



The Republic of Km^ is 
seeking names of Amoican 
military veterans who 
served in Korea since 
Ai«urt, 1»46, to thank them 
for hdpfaig Korea gain its 
freedom. 

Korea veterans are asked 
to send theh- name and 
current address, dates of 
service in Korea, mili- 
tary unit and rank 
to K(Nrean U^t, Inc., P.O. 
Box,96, Santa Barbara, Calif. 
93192. 

They will receive a per- 
sonalized letter of thanks 
from the Korean govem- 
moit as part of Korea's 
commemoratkm of the 20th 
anniversary of the armistice 
betweoi Tlie Republic of 
Korea and Communist North 
Korea this July. 

Peter Kang. executive vice 
president of Korean Ught, 
Inc., said his nonprofit 
foundation is coordinating 
the nationwide search for the 
Korean veterans. 

"More than five million 
Americans served in Iforea 
over the past 25 ywars," 
Kang said. "The Korean 
govoiunat is anxious to 
express its gratitude to those 
who hdjBS^ Korea gain its 
freedom." 

Kang said tbe Kepublic of 
Korea, in additim to the 
letter of thanks, would 
provide the Korea veterans 
with information of the 
remarkable progress made 
in that country over the past 
20 years. 

ODU to show 
children's films 

The Old Dominion 
University Student Caucus 
will presoit a double feature 
of children's movies, 1:30 
and 3:30 p.m.. May 5 
(Saturday), in Rooms 106- 
107, Webb University Center. 
TTie films are "Mr. Magoo- 
Dick Tracy" and Walt 
Disney's "Make Mine 
Music." 

The Student Caucus is 
sponsoring the films to raise 
money for the John B. 
Johnson Jr. Memorial 
Student Loan Fund, 
estoblished in memory of the 
late provost at the Univer- 
sity. A d«iaU(m of SO cents 
will be requested. 

Area youngsters are in- 
vited and refreshments will 
be available. 

Librarians 
to meet 

The Junior Members 
Roundtoble of the Vii^nia 
Library Association will 
sponsor a happy hour for all 
Tidewater area lite-ariams 
on Saturday, May 12, from 5 
to 8 p.m. Haygood Halls, 
Haygood Road, off of In- 
dependence Boulevard in 
\^if inia Beach will be the 
gathering place. 

Librarians of all f idds and 
interests are invited to 
meet and socialize with other 
area librarians. For further 
information on this event, 
cmtoct Ann Scott, Kemps- 
iVille Branch Library, 
\^uf uiia Beach, i2&-2270. 



Special low cost group 
tours to the Republic of 
Korea are bdng arranged 
for veterans and their 
families «1io,jridi to visit 
Korea, Kuig said. 



ihitstandfaig high school 
'bands from 13 atotes wiU 
compete in the 12th annual 
Virginia Beach Music 
Festival to be hdd in the 
city June 17-21. The 



Tidewater Twirletles 
hold group contest 



The Tidewato- Twirldtes 
Drum and Batm Corps of 
Virginia Beach recently held 
in competition among group 

Students win 
achievement 
scholarships 



members in mardUng and 
twirling skills. Trophies 
were awarded in various 
divisions. 

Taking honcMH in division 
one, compost of girls with 
less than six months 
memberdiip, were T^mmy 
Bish, first place marching; 
Beth Reeves, second; and 
Kathy Johnston, third. 
Winning first place in 
twirling was Dawn Saun- 
do-s; with Damie Hoelk, 
second; and Lori Hill, third. 

In division two, girls with 
more than six months in the • 



Three Vh-ginia Beach high 
school students have won 
scholarships in the ninth o ... « . 

National Achievement f*^^: ^P*"" ^*"'' *<»" 
Scholarship Program for £"* " marchmg. Sherry 
Outstanding Negro Students. ,„ *'P" '*'■" second and 

They are Erick D. Kindred V®"-/ ??«'■«« third, 
and Nehemiah E. Spence of •^f™'*'^ Ltoyd w>n first 
Kempsville High School and Pf"*=^ '" twu-hng, with Beth 
Robin E. Lewis of Bayside High ™er second and Paige 
School. Searle third. 

Kindred received one of 10 _,.Compdition in the third 
scholarships sponsored by the J'^ision was among mem- 
SheU Companies FoundaUon, °®^' ^^ *''« "^oPP^f'' " 8roup 
Spence won a $1,000 schoUrship *=''<'*™ '" ^^^^^^ auditions as 
sponsored by IBM and Lewis ^^^ ^P '^ twirlers in the 
received a $1,000 National *^°'T^ Pamda Forester was 
• • • named fh^t for marching. 



Achievement scholarship. 

Kellam teacher 
awarded grant 

Mrs. Mary Osterhous, a 
psychology and English 
teacher at Kellam High 
School, has been awarded a 
National Science Foundation 
grant to attend a special 
summer institute in social 
science psychology to be 
conducted June 24 through 
August 18 at Beaver College 
in Glennside, Penn. 

The program, which will 
be conducted through th(g^ 
cooperation of the National 
Science Foundation and 
Lehigh University, will deal 
with preparing high school 
teachers to teach psychology 
and the developmoit of a 
format for teaching 
psychology as a high school 
subject. 



Smokey Say$: 




• . . and people era prevent 
them, too! 



Dance workshop set 



The Second Annual Dance 
Workshop at Chowan 
College, Murfreesboro, N.C., 
will be held frqm June 17 
through 23 undo* the spon- 
sorship of the College's Fine 
Arts Dq>artment and the 
Academy of the Norfdk 
Ballet. 

Last June this workshop 
attracted 45 students, eight 
of whom were from Virginia 
Beach, as well as dancers 
from as far afield as Rich- 
m(»d and Elizabeth City. 

Iliis year dasses will be 
given in Qassic Ballet at 
three levels. Modern, 
Spanish and Character 
Dance, Drama and both 
Music and Art Appreciatkin. 
The cogt fa- the v/eek will be 
980 to include room and 
board as wdl as a minunum 
of four dasses per day. 

Recreational facilities 
such as tennis coiots and 
swimming pool will be 
available to Workshop 
rtudeitts during Uieir stoy. 
The" minimum age for 
reddeit studeMa is 10 years, 
and careftil nqiorviaion is 
token by faculty, guest 
teachers and studrat 
counselors. Hie college 
infirmary also has a 
regtotered nurse on duty at 
dl times. 

The faculty for tois year's 
Workable iriU taKdwie gue« 
toodiers ClMrM ArUiur MMi 
Robot EstiMr of ttie City 
Mfrcy BaOet 



wfll tokethe advanced Ballet 
dasses. Miss Arthur (who in 
pivate life is Mrs. Estner) 
will be remanba*ed by local 
audiences for her per- 
formance as the Sugar Plum 
Fau-y in the Oirirtmas 1972 
produrtion of Ad II "Nut- 
cracker" by the Norfdk 
avic BaUd. 

Estner will also teach 
Qiarado- Classes. ^ Begin- 
ning and Intermediate Balld 
will be taught by Gene 
Hammett and Teresa 
Martinez, wlio will also tmdn 
her specialty of Spanish 
Dance. 

Mrs, Sarah Ford Byrne 
wUl teach Modem Dance. 
Formerly a membo- of the 
J<»e Umon Dance Oita- 
pany, Mrs. Byn» currently 
teaches dance for the 
Hastings - on - Hudson 
ReiTeatimi Department to 
New York. Druna and Art 
ApfMredation will be tau^t 
by Penny Martjn, and Music 
Apqredation b^ a member 
of ^ Fine Arts Departmeitf 
d Chowan. 

The WcrkdMp will con- 
clude with a Student 
I^t^*am on Satin-day af- 
tonoon, June 23. For fifftiier 
infmination Dr aiqdicatton 
te- tha WolulMp, write 
James M. Chambl^ Fine 
Arts D^, Qiowan'CUle^, 
Murfreesb«t>. N.C. 27^, or 
call the A»demy d th« 
Norfolk Ballot; teleph^e 



Dana Anderson second and 
Robin Ray third. In twirling, 
Lisa Chase was first with 
Glenda Yarbrough second 
and Debra Coffey third. 

Among the 15 boy drum- 
mers, Pat Coffey took first 
place, with Bill Hammd 
second and Richie Phelps 
third. 



event is sponsored, by (^ 
Virginia Beadi Oiambw- of 
Commerce. • ,' ^ 

Charles H. Forbes Jr. 
general chairman and 
.founder of the mustf festival 
has announced that the 
Southwest DeKalb Ga. band 
the li>72 wtamer will return to 
Virguiia Beach to serve as 
honor band for Ae 1973 
festivd. • 

Other states to be 
rein-esented in thefwtival 
are Delaware Florida 
Illinois Kentucky Ohio 
Maryland Michigfui New 
Jersey Wisconsin and 
IVirginia. A totd of 26 bands 
I will enter the cmni^tkm. 

The Virginia Beach Mudc 
F»tivd is a strrauws four- 
Iday competitive ,'event. 
Bands are Judged on parade 
performance marching 
exhibitions, concert work 
and sight rea<Ung. 

The offidai' start of the 
festival will be the. Grand 
Festival Parade on Monday 
evening. June 18, Md the 
closing ceremony an- 
nouncing the wiiuier is 
scheduled for THursday 
. evoiing, June 21. 

Births 

Mr. & AArs. Russell Walter 
Owens, son 

AAr. & AArs. Hiram povid 
Carter, daughter 
AAr. & AArs. Richard Warren 
Shipp, son 

AAr. & AArs. Arthur Forrest 
Rol)ertson, daughter , 
AAr. & AArs. Edward 
Longmah Palmer, soh^' 
Mr. & AArs. Quinn (ionald 
Thomas, son j» 

AAr. & AArs. Kimble rClenn 
Watson, Jr., daughter 
AAr. & AArs. John'Ellett 
Owney, Jr., daughter 
AAr. & AArs. CSeimas idward 
Johnson, son 

AAr. & AArs. Charles Wfjltney 
Kendall, Jr., daughti^ . 
AAr. & AArs. Vernon , Peb- 
worth Strawhand, daughter 
AAr. 8. AArs. Woodbury 
Seamans, Jr., son 




t# firi 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
CITY OF 
.VIRGINIA BEACH 

The following abandoned 
vehicle was removed from 
the streets of the City of 
Virginia Beach: 

1960, White and Greeni 
Plymouth Station Wagon, 
Identification Number 
3407102331, 73 Virginia 
License CDY-893. 

19A2, Blue, Rambler 
Station Wagon, iden- 
tification Number E498809. 

Approximately 1964, 
Tan, Falcon Station 
Wagon, identification 
Number 4T26U51203. 

1969, Black and Red, 
Dodge Convertible, 
Identification Number 
WS27L9G193451, 

1964, Blue, Plymouth 
Station Wagon, 72 Virginia 
License BBF-155. 

This vehicle has been 
removed to Wilson's Auto 
Service, 635 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia 23451. The owner 
or any person having 
security interest may 
claim this vehicle within 
ttiree (3) weeks of the date 
of this notice by paying all 
towing, preservation, and 
storage charges. Failure 
by the owner or persons 
having security interest to 
exercise their right to 
reclaim the vehicle within 
ttie time provided shall be 
deemed a waiver and shall 
be construed as consent to 
the se' of the abandoned 
motor <ehlcle at a public 
auctkm. 

W. W. Davis, colonel 
Chief of Police 

C. H. Payne, Captain 
Commanding Officer 
Traffic Bureau 
5-3 IT 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
27th day of April, 1973. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

AAlchael Edward Clark, 

Plaintiff, 

agalrat 

Deborah j. Clark, 

Defendant. 

The (Alect of this suit is 
for ttie said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
thorotobe later merged Into 
a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from ttie said 
defendant, upon the 
groumft of ctesertton. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the ctefendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, and that due 
diligence has been used by 
or In behalf of the (Melntiff 
to ascertain in which 
cowity or corporatioo the 
defendant is, wlttiout ef. 
feet, her last lonown pc^ 
office address being: 1M1 
AAcditerranean Avenue, 
^>t. 6, Virginia Bmth. 
Vlrghiia. 

It te o rdered mat rtie do 
appew here wllfiln W (ten) 
days an*r due puWh^tlen 
hei^.anddoMihatmaybe . 
ne^iaary to protecl 
In ttiis suit. 






StK 



JOHN V. FENTl?feSS, 

CLERK. 

Phyllis N. Styron deputy 

Clerk 

AAr. Osle H. Gay, Jr;^Atty. 
2871 River Road, 
Virginia Beach, VirgtKia 
. 5-3.10,044 4T 

VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH' ON 
THE DAY OF APRIL, 
1973 

INCHANCERY 
NO.I6,S47.A', 

In the matter ef^-, the 
Adoption of EDWARD 
O'NEAL WILLtAAAS, 
formerly known as IR- 
Vi NG TEDR>CK 
WILLIAAAS. a 7 yMr Old 
minor male child, ai^;for a 
Change of Name of such 
child to EDWARD <y^AL 
YODER. by AAAANPA V. 
YODER and AAICHAEL A. 
YODER, wife and 
husband. 

ORDER OF - 
PUBLICATION 

.'.it' 

The object of this '^ Js 
for the adoptkm of Edwards- 
O'Neal Williams, a. r. year 
old minor male chlid, and 
for the change of nmne of 
such minor male cNW to 
Edward O'eai Yoder? by 
Amanda V. Yoder and 
AAlchael A. Yoder, wlfe"bnd 
husband, and an afNct^vit 
having been made and filed 
by the petitioners, AnMnda 
V. Yoder and AAlchael a 
Yoder, that a valid consent 
to the adoption and change 
of name of such cMM is 
unobtainable from living 
Guy Williams, the natwal 
father of said minor ^im 
and that diligence has I^Ben 
used by and on behalf of the 
petitioners to ascertain in 
what county or City the 
said natural father 1$, 
without effect, and ttiat 
they believe that the said 
father Js not a resident of 
the state of Virginia, and 
they pray that an opdcn or 
publication may be enferS 
against the natiral f^Mm 
his last known post office 
address being in care oTtiis 
mother, AArs. Leila' 'o 
Williams, 616 Westever 
Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia, 
and General Delivnv' 
Webster, Texas. ,/' 

* It Is ordered that the'aald 
Irving Guy Williams * to 
appear within 10 days afier 
due publication of ftis 
order and do whit ij 
"•cessary to protect, his 
Interests. ' .. 

It is ftirther ordered liiat 
the foregoing portkm of tills 
order be published ohm a 
week for 4 successive 
weeks in one Vlrglifl. 
Beech Sun, a newsoabw' 
publMMd in the CltTii 
Virginia Beach, irgbiia: ^ 

John V. Fentren, Clei* 

CATON fc WRIGHT 
Attorneys at Law — - 
Virginia BoKh, Va. 

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SUN CLASSIFIED 




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THE SUN-THURSDAY, MAY 3, IVTS-TAOi f 



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of Virginia Baadi, on tht 
Mtti day ar April, ma. 

■ mon OP 

niMilCATION 

ArmrM Lynn GrMn, 

pialnilfif 

•oalntt 

Roy Lm GrMn, Otfmdant. 

Ttw mi»K* tfl Itito tult it 
10 obtain a divorct a vNi- 
culo from tlw taM dttan- 
dant upon flw grounds of 
dMortlon. 

An dan a ffidavit havkiB 
Mtn mada and fllod itiat 
doadlllgoncaliaabMn Mod 
by or Inbahalf of Hto 
opmptolnanttoaocartain In 
wtileh county or cor- 
poration ttw dofondant li, 
wltbout offact, ttw last 
kneiimpeat affico addrns 
boMg: 1300 WOSt Vllttio 
Nocli Road, Virginia 
Baadi, Virginia. 

It Is ordarad ttitt Ito do 
appaar hora wittiln ton (10) 
days aftor duo publication 
tioroof , and do wtMt may bo 
nocosoary to protoct his 
Inlartst In titis suit. 

John V. Fantron, Clark 
■y: J. Curtis Fruit, Doputy 
Clork 

Babalas, Erilch t Cloud 
Atlantic National Bank 
Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

S-3,10,17,X4^ 



Cemmonwoaith of 
Virginia, 

In tho Clark's Offico of 
itto Circuit Court of tho City 
of Virginia Boach, on tho 
37th day or April, im. 

ORDIROP 
mJil.lCATION 

ary W. Padlgo, Plaintiff, 
ilnst 
AAarela Podlgo, Dofondant. 
Tha obloct of this suit Is 
to obtain o divorco o monsa 
*t thoro from tho said 
dotondani upon tho 
grounds of cruolty and 
dasortlon. 

And an affidavit having 
boon mado and fiitd that 
tho dofondant Is a non- 
rolldont of tho Stata of 
Virginia, ttia last known 
post Offico addross baing: 
BOX 171, Crossvllto, Ton- 



it is ordorod that tho do 
appaar horo within ttn (10) 
days after duo pubileatuon 
horoof , and do what may bo 
Nocossary to protoct hor 
intarost in ttils suit. 

^^ofm V. Fofrtrou, Clork 
Vy: J. Curtis Fruit, Doputy 
Cisrk. 

Vincont A. Bartolinl 
214 Midtown Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 



5-3,10,17,24-4T 



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Common%oaith 6f 
Virginia, 

In tho Clark's OfMca of 
tho Clixuit Owrt of tho City 
bf Virginia Baach, on the 
24th day of April, 1973. 

ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 

Stophon L. Ponrod, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Martha Ann Bynum 

' Ponrod, Dofondant, 

Tho obloct of this suit tt^ 
to obtain a divorco a vln- 
cuk) matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of dasertkm. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
ttie defendant Is a non- 
rosWont of the State of 

, Virginia, ttw last known 
post office address being: 
1796 Mywa Lane, Mem- 
phis, Tanneaaae 30117. 

It Is orderad that she do 
appaar here within ten (10) 

^dayt after dua publlcatkin 
Aareof , and do w^t may be 
nkasaary to protect her 
in tfiis suit. 



■ %john V. Fentress 

■ »y! J. CiH^ls Fruit, Deputy 
, : aorfc 

• ^Mooroli Brydges - 

.2413 PacHIc Avenue 
Virginia Baach, Virginia 
; M,10,17,24-4T 

. PUBLIC NOTICi 

' tuotica is hereon given 
Ittat tho City Council of ttie 
City of Virginia Boadi, 
Virginia, will at Its Regular 

.«lMeeting on Monday, May 
.14. 1»73, at 2:00 p.m., in the 

:city Council. Chambers, 
Administration Bulling, 
Municipal Cantor, Virginia 
Baach, Virginia, move to 

' adopt tha following 
'Ordinance: 

'AN ORDINANCE 

. ADOPTING NEW 
BUILDING, MECHANI 

, CAL, PLUMBING AND 
GAS CODES FOR THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
PEACH WHICH 
PRESCRIBES PENAL- 
TIES FOR VIOJ^TION OF 
Its PROVISIONS, AND 
MEPEALING WITH 
CERTAIN LIMITATIONS 
AND EXCEPTIONS ALL 
ORDINANCES AND 
PARTS OF ORDINANCES 
OP A GENERAL NATURE 
. IN CONFLICT WITH THE 

; f»ROVISIONS THEREOF 

WHEREAS, new 
Building, Mechanical, 
PMmMng andOas Cod« 

Ofyof VtogMa Boadi; and 

WHEREAS, md Codes 

have bosn prMlad in book 



WHERE AS, co pies of, 
idos prlnlod In book 
avebaan pieced m 
ma MMa ar Mm Oty Clark 



impactioN I w t wae n ttM 
haMrsaft:OBAJM..an«S^ 
PJtL, priar Ip Bia aHertlve 

daffo af nW * 



NOW, THEREFORE, 
BE IT ORDAINED BY 
THE COUNCIL OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, VIRGINIA: 

1. That the ptttHlcations 
entitled: Southern Stan- 
dard Building Code, 1M9 
edition. Including 1972 
revisions; Southern 
Standard Mechanical 
Code, 1973 edition; 
Southern Standard 
Plubming Code, 1971 
edition, including 1972 
revisions; Southern 
Standard Gas Code, 1949 
edition, Including 1972 
rovlstons; which have been 
filed with the City Clerk, be 
hereby adopted as an 
OrdNwnco to be knovyn as 
the City of Virginia Beach 
Building Code, City of 
Virginia Beach Medwnical 
Code, Cfty of Virginia 
Beach Plumbing Code and 
City Of Virginia Beach Gas 
code. 

This Ordinance shall be 
effective June i, 1973. 



Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk 



5-3, IT 



Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
27th day of April, 1973. 

ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 

Vicki D. Strasburg, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Douglas K. Strasburg, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
for tha said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tha defendant Is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, that due diligence 
has been used by or in 
behalf of the plaintiff to 
ascertain in which county 
or corporation and the 
defendant Is, without ef- 
fect, his last known post 
office address having been 
2405 Saddler Court, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

it it ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest In this tult. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK. 

Phyllit N. Styron Deputy 

Clerk. 

Mr. Otie H. Gay, Jr., Atty. 
a71 River Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
5-3,10,17,24 , 4T 

VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE CiR 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH ON THE 27th DAY 
OP APRIL, 1973 

MARY A. UZZLE and 
JAMES W. ASKEW, 
Plaintiffs, 

V. 

ESTHER ASKEW, ANNIE 
A. SPARROW, 

LAWRENCE ASKEW, 
EUGENE ASKEW^ 
CATHERINE A. 
WILLIAMS, HARRIET 
ASKEW, 
Defendants 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of the above- 
styled suit is to partition 
real property located in the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and commonly 
known and numbered as 
10« South Blr«wck Road, 
Virginia Baach, Virginia. 

It appearing by Affidavit 
filed according to law that 
Eugene Askew. Catherine 
A. Williams, and Harriet 
Askew are non-residents to 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia, It is ordered that 
tha said Eugene Askew, 
- Catherine A. Williams, and 
Harriet Askew do appear 
within twenty-one (21) 
days after due publication 
of this Order in the Clerk's 
Office In the said Court and 
do what Is necenary to 
protect their respective 
Interest. 

And it is further ordered 
that this Order be. 
publlshad once a week for 
four oonsequtive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper In the City of 
Virginia Baach, Virginia. 

Joim V. Fenh'ess, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit DC. 
5 3,10,27,24-IT 



NOTICE 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of 
the Council of the City of 
Virginia Beach will be heht 
hi the Council chambers of 
the Administration 
Building, city Hall, 
Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
on Monday, May 21, 1973, at 
2:00 p.m. at whldt time tt«e 
followktg applications will 
bctiaard: 
KBMPSVILLE BOROUGH 

1. ApfNIcatton of OHN-ch 
of God of Prophecy by Rev. 
V. E. Byrd for a USE 
PERMIT to construct a 
church on certain propwly 
locatad on the wast SMC of 
Princess Araie Road 
bogkwAig at a poftrt 1093.26 
feet IMrth of ^andywine 
Road, runnkig a distance of 

of PrhicsM Afio# ROftOf 
rymUng a dtetann of 3«.9i 
feat aMng the Southern 
p reparf y line, runnkng a 
dMance of 231 43 feat along 
the WMstem property line 
and running a distance of 



407.43 feet along the 
Northern property line. 
Said parcel contains 2 
acres more or less. 
(Kempsville AAanor-Lark 
Downs Areas). KEMPS 
VILLE BOROUGH. 



PRINCESS ANNE AND 
KEMPSVILLE BORO 
UOHS 

2. Application of Green 
Run Corp. of Virginia 
Beach for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Residence 
Duplex District 1 (R O 1) to 
Planned Unit Development 
District (PUD) to be added 
to the existing Green Run 
Planned Unit Development 
(Phase IV) and re 
establishment of existing 
PUD in Phast IV to ac 
compilsh compatibility. 
Proposed change of zoning 
is known as the Buckner 
Tract, Property of Shirley 
A. Bucl^ner as recorded in 
Map Book 11, Page 20 
containing 58.270 acres 
located West of the 
Virginia Electric and 
Power Co. Right of Way 
and North of the future 
Tidewater Community 
College site. Plats with 
more detailed information 
are available in the Office 
of the Department of City 
Planning. (Green Run 
Area). PRINCESS ANNE 
AND KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGHS. 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH 

3. Application of the 
Sinclair Hotel by Stanley 
AAartIn, Owner for a USE 
PERMIT for bicycle 
rentals In conlunctlon with 
the Sinclair Hotel on 
certain property located on 
the East side of Atlantic 
Avenue beginning at a 
point 100 feet South of 27th 
Street on the Eastern 
portion (Oceanfront) of Lot 
4, Blocic 65, Map III 
Extended of Virginia 
Development company. 
Said portion is 30 feet by 10 
feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

4. Application of. the City 
of Virginia Beach for a 
USE PERMIT to construct 
municipal buildings on 
certain property beginning 
at a point 1 160 feet more or 
less West of First Colonial 
Road at the Western ex 
tremity of Sir William 
Osier Drive, and 1530 feet 
more or less East of Great 
Neck Road, running North 
of Old Donation Road 
(Proposed). Said parcel is 
bounded on the East by 
property now or formerly 
of Grayson AA. Whitehurst, 
Jr., on the South by 
property, now or formerly, 
of Princess Anne Memorial 
Park, Inc., and on the 
North by Property, now or 
formerly, of Edmund L. 
Whitehurst, et al, and on 
the West by the City of 
Virginia Beach (Lynn 
haven Junior High 
School) and property, ilow 
or formerly, Princess Anne 
MEMORIAL Park, Inc., 
and contains 28 acres more 
or less. Plats with more 
detailed Information are 
available in the Office of 
the Department of City 
Planning. (General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach 
Area). • LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

5. Application of 



Fiffestone Tire 8. Rubber 
Co., by Thomas C. Broyles, 
Attorriey, for a USE 
PERMIT for the sale and 
service of tires, batteries 
and accessories on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 479.11 feet East of 
Nevan Road, running a 
distance of 200 feet along 
the South side of Laskin 
Road, running a distance of 
240.64 feet along thf 
Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 193.87 
feet along the Southern 
property line and running a 
distance of 241.16 feet along 
the Western property line. 
Said parcel contains 1.08 
acres more or less. (Hilltop 
Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

6. Application of Wells 
Motorcycle Co., for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Limited Commercial 
District 2 (CL2) to General 
Commercial District 2 (C 
G2)anda USE PERMIT to 
operate a retail motorcycle 
dealership and service on 
certain property; located on 
the South side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard across 
from Hutton Lane and 91.40 
feet West of Parker Lane, 
running a distance of ISO 
feet along the South side of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
running a distance of 150 
feet along the Western 
property line, running a 
distance of 150 feet along 
the Southern property line 
and running a distance of 
ISO feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 22,500 square feet. 
(London Bridge Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

7. Application ctf Cass 
Corporation for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Suburban 
District 4 (R-S 4) to 
Limited Commercial 
District 3 (C-L 3) on certain 
property located at the 
Northwest corner of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard 
and Caren Drive, running a 
distance (^ 92 feet along the 
North side of Virginia 
Beach BMlevard, running 
a distance of 88 feet along 
the West side of Caren 
Drive, running a distance 
el W feet along the North 
ern property line and 
running a distance of 100 
feet along ttie Western 
property line. Said parcel 
Is known as Lot 1, Block B, 
Section One, Birchwood 
Gardens. (Birchwood 
Gardens Area). LYN/' 
HAVEN* BOROUGH 



S Application of 
Chesapeake Lynnhaven 
Properties fw a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Duplex District 
2 (R D 2) to Limited 
Commercial Dish-let 2 (C L 
2) and a USE PERMIT to 
consh-uct 400 motel ef- 
ficiency apartments on 
certain property located at 
the Intersection of Page 
Avenue, Cherry Tree Place 
and Shore Drive, North and 
South of Page Avenue: 

Parcel 1: Change of 
ioning from R D 2 to C-L 2 
and a Use Permit to con- 
struct 400 motel eff icieiKy 
apartments: On certain 
property located at the 
Northeast corner of Page 
Avenue and Cherry Tree 
Place, running a distance 
of 550 feet along the North 
side of Page Avenue, 
running a distance of 728.33 
feet along the East side of 
Cherry Tree Street, run- 
ning a distance of 429.79 
feet along the Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 628 feet along 
the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel is known as 
Lotsl,2, 3. 4, 5. 6, 7, 8, and 
9, Block 2, Plat of Lynn- 
haven Shores and con- 
tains 6.633 acres. 

Parcel 2: Change of 
zoning from R D 2 to C-L 2: 
Beginning at a point 225 
feet more or less East of 
the intersection of Cherry 
Tree Place, Shore Drive 
and Page Avenue and 
running a distance of SO 
feet along the South side of 
Page Avenue, running a 
distance of 163.80 feet along 
the Western property line, 
running a distance of 50 
feet along the North side of 
Shore Drive and running a 
distance of 186.95 feet along 
the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel Is known as Lot 
3, Block 4, Plat of Lynn- 
haven 1 Shores. Said parcel 
contains 8750 square feet 
more or less. (Lynnhaven 
Shores. Said parcel con- 
tains 8750 square feet more 
or less. (Lynnhave/4hores 
Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH, ^ 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH 

9. Application of 
Ebene^er Baptist Church 
for a USE PERMIT to 
construct a church on 
certain property beginning 
at a point 184.47 feet South 
of Maywood Boulevard 
running a distance of 218.03 
feet along the West side of 
Baker Road, running a 
distance of 323.87 feet along 
the Northern property line 

, and running a distance of 
362.88 feet along the 
Southern property line. 
Said parcel is triarSgular in 
shape. (Diamond Lake 
Estates Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

10. Application of Broken 
Needles, Inc., by William 
F. Burnslde, Attorney, for 
a USE PERMIT for bible 
studies, religious training- 
and counseling (non-profit 
organization) on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 332.52 feet East of 
Lawrence Drive, running a 
distance of 142.5 feet along 
the South side of Connie 
Lane, running a distance of 
208.88 feet along the 
Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 148.54 
feet along the Southern 

— Firoperty^i^ine; and running 
a distance of 250.83 feet 
along the Western property 

( line. Said parcel is known 
as 5445 Connie Lane and 
contains 0.77 acre more or 
less. (Newsome Farm 
Area ) BAYSIDE 

. BOROUGH. 

Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk 

53,10-2T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
20fh day of April, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
May Alice Dines Russell, 
Plaintiff, 
against, 

JamesRichard Russell, 
Oefendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain o divorce A 
Vinculo Atetrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without any 
cohabitation and wittiout 
any interruption for two 
years. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being. 
P.O. Box 1000, Building 7, 
Seogoville, Texas. 

It is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
700 Duke Street 
Itorfolk, Virginia 
A copy— Teste: 
John V. Fentress: Clerk 
By Sandra Hargrve D. 
Clerk 
4 26 5 3, 10,17 4T 

NpTICE 
Virginia; j 

The regular meetifH) of 
]the Count* of the City of 
/irginia Beach will be held 
fn the Council Chambers of 
the Administration 
>Building, City Hall, 
Princess Anne Station, 
ivirginia ^each, Virginia, 
on Monday, May 14, 1973, at 
&:00p.m. at which time the 
following applications will 
be heard; 

ItRAILER VARIANCES: 
I Stanley Fisher South 
(side of West Landing Road, 
west of West Neck Road. 
g/ariancJh-om 2500 ft. to 
^ ft i^M-e or less to 



|hearesf dwelling). 

PRINCESS ANNE 

BOROUGH. 

Wayne J .& Wanda Miller 

North of Harpers Road, 

I east of London Bridge 
Road. (Variance from 2500 
H. to 60 ft. more or less to 
(nearest dwelling). 
'princess ANNE 
IBOROUGM. 
'BAYSIDE BOROUGH 

1. AppAcation of Gersal 
/Construction Corporation 
''or a CHANGE OF 

ONING from Residence 
uburban District 4 (R S 4) 
o Multiple Family 
esldence District (R-M) 
land a USE PERMIT to 
construcf 36 townhouses on 
certain property located on 
fthe Southwest corner of 
Pleasure House Road and 
Brigadoon Drive running a 
distance of 300 feet along 
the West side of Pleasure 
House Road, running a 
distance of 435.60 feet along 
the South side of Brigadoon 
Drive, running a distance 
of 200 feet along the 
Western property line and 
running a distance of 435,60 
feet along the Southern 
property line. Said parcel 
is known as Lots 17 and 18, 
Baysldf Corporation, and 
contains 2 aces. (Bradford 
Terrace Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGh^ 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 

2. Application of NonnI, 
Cohen, Weisberg and Clark 
for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING FROM Multiple 
Family Residence District 
■(RM) to Limited Com 
merclal District 3 (C-L 3) 
on certain property 
beginning at a point 750 feet 
more or less West of South 
Plaza Trail and running a 
distance of 525 feet more or 
leu along the North side of 
Holland Road, running a 
distance of 1110 feet more 
or less along the Western 
property line, running a 
distance of 385 feet more or 
less along tho Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 1260 feet more 
or less along the Eastern 
property JIne. Said parcel 
contains! 12 534 acres, 
(Windsorjbaks West Area). 
KEMPSflLLE BORO 
UGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

3. Application of the 
Center of Advancements in 
Total Healing for a USE 
PERM|T to operate a 
medical facility and 
professional offices on 
certain property known as 
theMarshalls Hotel located 
at the Northeast in- 
tersection of Atlantic 
Avenue and 66th Street 
extending to Ocean Front. 
The 4>plicant will occupy 
Roonr* 41, 42, and 43 of the 

, Villa' Section of said 
proparty located on Lots 12 
and 14, Block IS, Plat of 
Cap* Henry, Section E. 

/(Noi-th Virginia Beach 
Arda). LYNNHAVEN 
BOPPUGH. 

4. Application of Lynn- 
haven AAotel Development 
Corp.Co.,fbra CHANGEOF 

IZONING from Reslifenrp 
Duplex District 2(RD 2) to 
Residence Duplex District 2 
KR-D 3) with a Motel, 
Tourist and Restaurant (T 
2) Supplement and a USE 
PERMIT for 40 motel "ef- 
ficiency condominiums on 
certain property located at 
the .Northwest corner of 
Pag4 Avenue . and Jade 
Street, running a distance 
of 99:82 feet along the North 
side' of Page Avenue, 
runi|ing a distance of 401 
feeV along the Eastern 
projerty line, running a 
disAnce of 125 feet along 
theJNorthern property line 
anq running a distance of 
407|feet along the Western 
prAerfy line. Said parcel 
toft depth of 175 feet more 
or", less is currently zoned 
R-D 2 with a T 2 Sup 
pHsment The total parcel 
contains 1 acre more or 
less. (Lynnhaven Shores 
A)-ea). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

a Application of Flotilla 
Fifty Seven, Inc., for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Residence Suburban 
District (R-S 3) to Limited 
Commercial District 1 (C L 
1) on certain property 
located beginning at a point 
950 feet South of. Cape 
Henry Drive, running a 
distance of SO feet along the 
East side of ^North Great 
Neck Road, running a 
distance of 321 .99 feet along 
the Northern property line, 
rurming a distance of 50.41 
feet along the Eastern 
Iproperty line and running a 
jdistance of 328.93 feet along 
rthe Southern property line. 
Said parcel Is known as Lot 
20, Plat of Lynnhaven Park 
an^ contains 16,300 square 
feet more or less. (Lynn^^ 
haven Colony Area). 
lirNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
6. Application of Brown - 
< rris-Langhorne, Inc., by 
wover C. Wright, Jr., 
Attorney, for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from Multiple 
Family Residence District 
(R-M) to Limited Com 
mercial District 3 (C L 3) 
on certali) property 
beginning at a point 323.7 
teet bast of Red Robin 
poad, running a distance of 
^.76 feet along the South 
side of Laskin Road, 
running a distance of 187.78 
feet along the Eastern 
(M^operty line, running^ a 
distance of 93.7 feet aiono 
the Southern property line 
and running a distance of 
184.37feef along the Western 
1y line. Said parcel 
italns 0.4 acres more or 
ss. (Birdneck Acres 
|rea). LYNNHAVEN 

>ROUGH. 
f7. Application of Annie 
Green for a CHANGE 
IF ZONING from Multiple 
family Residence District 
l-M) to Limited Com- 
rclal District 3 (C-L 3) 
I certain property located 
on the Southwest aimer of 



AAaxey Drive and Laskin 
Road, running a distance of 
74.6 feet along the South 
side of Laskin Road, 
running a distance of 299 
feet along the West side of 
Maxey Drive, running a 
distance of 374 feet along 
the Southern property line 
and running a distance of 
417 feet along the Western 
property line. Said parcel is 
IJio(#n as Lot 16, Plat of 
Maxey Manor (Eastwood 
Villa Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 
PUNGO BOROUGH 

8. Application of G.W 
Nichols for a USE PER 
MIT for a recreational area 
(live pony merry go 
round) on certain property 
beginning at a point 5(X) feet 
more or less South of 
Indian Rtver Road, run 
ning a distance of 257.5 feet 
more or less along the West 
side of Princess Anne 
Road, running a distance of 
ISO feet along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of 360 feet nnore or 
less along the Western 
property line and running a 
distance of 150 feet more or 
less along the Southern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 1 acre, more or 
less. PUNGO BOROUGH. 
PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

9. Application of Sun 
Investors for a USE 
PERMIT to construct 331 
additional recreational 
campsites, totaling 581 
sites on certain property 
beginning at a point 1945 
feet more or less North 
of Dam Neck Road and 
beginning at a point 
1200 feet more or less West 
of Oceana Boulevard, 
running a distance of 2150 
feet more or less along the 
Northern property Mne, 
running a distance of 1175 
feet more or less along the 
Western property line and 
running a distance of 3106 
feet more or less along the 
Southern property line and 
running a distance of 1175 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line. Said 
parcel contains 80524 
acres more or less. Plats 
with more detailed In 
formation are available in 
the Office of the Depart 
ment of City Planning 
(Red Wing Park Area) 
PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH 

10. Application of 
Cavalier Hotel Corporation 
by Thomas C Broyles, 
Attorney, (or a USE 
PERMIT to operate gift 
shops, clothing shop, 
beauty shop, restaurants, 
travel agency, needlepoint 
shop and live en 
tertainment as a sub 
sidlary use to the Cavalier 
Oceanfront Motel on 
certain property located on 
the Southeast corner o( 
Cavalier Drive and Atlantic 
Avenue, running a'distante 
of 418 feet along the South 
side of Cavalier Drive, 
running a distance of 320 
feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 329 feet more or 
less along the Southern 
property line and running a 
distance of 335 feet more or 
less along the East side of 
Atlantic Ave n uo: 
(VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH ) 

11. Application of Mrs 
Alma Ganus tor a USE 
PERMIT for a nursery 
(child care center) on 
certain property located at 
the Northeast corner of 
Mediterranean Avenue and 
High , Point Avenue, run 
ning a distance of 100 feet 
along the East side of 
Mediterranean Avenue, 
running a distance of 75 
feet along the North side of 
High Point Avenue, run 
ning a distance of 100 feet 
along the Eastern property 
line and running a distance 
of 75 feet along the North 
ern property line. Said 
parcel is known as Lots 13 
and 15. Block 22, Map of 
Shadow Lawn Heights and 
contains 7500 square feet 
(Shadow Lawn Heights 
Area) VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk 

426,5-3,2T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERKS OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH ON THE 18TH 
DAY OF APRIL, 1973 
IN RE: ADOPTION OF 
TERRI RAE DEINES, 
under the age of fourteen 
years 

C 73 386 A. 
ORBEt* 

THIS DAY CAME John 
C. Miller and Mabel Ellen 
Zimmerman Miller, 
Petitioners, and 
represented unto the Court 
that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the atwve 
named infant by John C. 
Miller and Mabel Ellen 
Zimmerman Miller, 
husband and wife, and 
Affidavit having been 
made and filed that the last 
known address of John I. 
Deines, the natural father 
of the said child, was U.S. 
Naval Schools Command, 
Vallejo, California; it is 
therefore 

ORDERED that the 
natural father appear 
before this Court within 10 
days after pubiicaion of 
this Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interwt in this proposed 
ad<^ion, it is further 

ORDERED that the 
fore<^ing portion of this 
Order of Publication be 
puMWied once a \Meek for 



tour e weeks In 

the V<rv, ...ij Beach Sun, a 
newspaper having general 
circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
CLERK 

By:PhvllisN.Styons,D.C. 
b Beryi ^er, Esq. 
Attornf, Petitioners 

706 PIfl.- >r, 
Norfoik j.nia 23510 

; J6 5 3,10,17 4T 

Coni >r;i, wealth of 
Virginia 

In the Clerk's Office 

of the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, on 

the 18th day of April, 1973. 

ORDEROF 

PUBLICATION 

Menser Cook Brown, 

Plalntitt, 

against 

Rebecca L. Brown, 

Defendant. 

The obiectof this suit Is to 
Obtain a divorce a'Mensa 
Et Thoro, from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And ah affidavit having 
been made and tiled that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the Sate of 
Virginia,, the last known 
Post offtea address being 
4223 East Capital Street 
Washington, D.C. 

It is ordered that she do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days afte,' due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN V FENTRESS, 
CLERK 

By Linda Noel Hill Deputy, 
Clerk 

Janet B. Burt , 

1369 Laskin Road 
V 1. Beach, Virginia 

4 26,5-3,10,17-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the CircLit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

12th day of April, 1973. 

ORDEROF 

PUBLICATION 

Janice Bounds Grubaugh, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Thomas Warren 

Grubaugh, Defendant. 

The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce amensa 
et thoro from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of constructive 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
Been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last knowm 
post office address being: 
6585 West Fox Ridge Drive, 
Apartment 241, Mission, 
Kansas 

It is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J Curtis Fruit Deputy, 
Clerk 

Sacks, Sacks & Tavss 
First & Merchants Bank 
Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

4 26,5 3,10,17.4T 



Commonwealth 
Virginia, 



of 



In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
20th day of April, 1973. 
ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
William Maynard English, 
Jr., Plaintiff, 
against 

Linda Page Ferguson 
Gvokee English, Defen- 
dant. 

The object of this suit is 
to Obtain a divorce A 
Mensa t' Thoro to be 
merged at a Later date into 
a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon the 
grounds o' uf>»,ertion of the 
Complainant, William 
Maynard English, Jr. by 
the Respondent, Linda 
page Ferguson Gyokee 
English oi c r about Friday, 
April «, 1973, 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been used 
by cr on behalf of the 
Complainant, to ascertain 
in what county or cor- 
poration the defendant Is 
without effect: the last 
known pKJSt address being: 
15 West G'ebe Road, 
Alexandria ..irginia. 

It is orrtfTf-d that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do w^i%|WFfbe 
necessd' ' w|S^«'»er 
interest 
A copy 
JOHN . FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

By Sandra Hargrove D. 
Clerk 

Stephen • lies 

18 Seic le 

Norfoi- a 

- /6, 5 3,10,17, 4T 

NOTICE OF 
PUBLi; t-'^ARiNG 
The .1 Beach 

Plann ssion will 

hold rt -learing on 

Tuesda , a, 1973. at 

10:00 d the Council 

Chambers of the 

Adminisira'io Building, 
Princ " urthouse, 

Virgir 1 Virginia 

The foiin,'. ny applications 
will appear on the agenda: 
TRAILER VARIANCE: 
1. Traiiei- '.'arlance for 
Richard E Dietz: North 
side of Od Carolliw Lane 
(former' -%f Road) 3900 
teet r- M West of 

Blacky ^ on Lot 1, 

Re pM viivision of 

Prop* ley Tract. 

(Varian 2500 feet 

to 500 let- '- -e or ten H) 
nearest dweiiir^). BLACK- 
WATER BOROUGH 



aue puDiicanc 
do^^. 

i*i*te^ — 



REFERRED BACK TO 
PLANNING COMMISSION 
BY CITY COUNCIL ON 
APRIL 9, 1»73: 

2. Appllcafkm of Carroll 
F. Danfortfi and Jotaphlne 
D. Oanforth for a Chai^ of 
Zoning from Residence 
Suburban District 3 (R-S 3) 
to Retldance Duplex 
District 2 (R 2) on car- 
tain property bsalnnlna af 
a point 93.M feet North of 
Maryland Court, running a 
distance of 1M.77 feat along 
the Weat tide of South 
Surfslde Avanue, running a 
distance of 371 .94 feat aking 
the Northwestern property 
line (Lake Christine) and 
running a distance of 320.47 
feet along the Southern 
property Una. Said parcel 
Is known at Lot 11, Sub- 
division of Parcel 14. Block 
32, Croatan Beach, and it 
trlanguiar In thape. 
(Croatan Beach Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

DEFERRED FOR A 
PERIOD OF 60 DAYS BY 
PLANNING COMMISSION 
ON AAARCH 13, 1973: 

3. Appllcatton of Virginia 
Beach Racquet and Swim 
Club, Inc., for a Uie Permit 
to operate a recreational 
area (tannit and iwim 
club) on certain property 
located on the North side of 
Kline Drive between 
Harris Road and Waters- 
edge Road running a 
distance of 483.48 feet along 
the West side of Waters- 
edge Road, running a 
distance of S30.SOfeet »\cnQ 
the North side of 
Kline Drive, running a 
distance of 4U.48 feet along 
the East side of. Harris 
Road and running a dlt- 
tance of S30.S0 feet along 
the Northern property line. 
Said parcel containt 5.9 
acres more or lest. 
(Lynnwood-Lynndale 
Estates Areas). LYNN- 
HAVEN BOROUGH. 
(Letter of Withdrawal 
received from applicant). 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

4. Application of Louis C. 
James and Virginia W. 
James by Stanley A. 
Phillips, Attorney , for a 
Change of Zoning from 
Agricultural District (A-R) 
to Agricultural District (A- 
R) with a AAotel, Tourist 
and Restaurant (T-2) 
Supplement and a Use 
Permit to construct a 900- 
unlt motel, heliport and 
small aircraft landing strip 
on certain property 
beginning at a point 1.4 
miles more of less North of 
the Virginia-North 
Carolina State Line, 
running a distance of 600 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line 
(Atlantic Ocean), running 
a distance of MOO feet 
more or less along the 
Northern property Unt^, 
running a distance of 600 
feet more or less alOTH) the 
Western property line and 
running a distance of 1500 
feet more or leu along the 
Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 20.67 
acres more or less. (False 
Cape Area). PUNGO 
BOROUGH. 

5. Application of Dick C. 
Harris for a Change of 
Zoning from Residence 
Suburban District 4 (R-S 4) 
to Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-M) 
6n certain property located 
^t the Southwest comer of 
Bay View Avenue and 
Lauderdale Avenue 
(formerly Lake Avenue) 
running a distance of 310 
feet along the South side of 
Lauderdale Avenue, 
running a distance of 30 
feet along the West side of 
Bay View Avenue and 
running a distance of 450 
feet more or less alortg the 
Southern property line 
(Chubb Lake) and running 
a distance of 37 feet ah)ng 
the Western property line. 
Said parcel is known as 
Block 21, Plat of 
Chesapeake Park. 
(Chesapeake Beach Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

6. Application of Virginia 
Electrte and Power 
Company for a Use Permit 
to construct an electric 
substation and the "con- 
necting electric tran- 
smission lines on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 2500 feet more or less 
West of South Lynnhaven 
Road and running a 
distance of 677 feet ak)ng 
the North side of Ansol 
Lane, and North of the 
Virginia Beach-Norfolk 
Expressway, running a 
distance of 516.8 feet along 
the Western property line, 
running a distance of 949 
feet along the Northern 
property line (Norfolk and 
Southern Railway Right of 
Way), and running a 
distance of 582.64 feet aktng 
the Eastern orooertv lirte. 
Said parcel contains 9.7105 
acres. (Plrtewood Gardens- 
Doyletown Areas). LYNN- 
HAVEN BOROUGH. 

7. Applicatkin of Alton E. 
Turner for a Cttange of 
Zoning from Agricultural 
Restricted District (A-R) 
to Residence Duplex 
District 2 (R-D 3) on cer 
tain property beginning at 
a point 3*3 feet East of 
Princess Anne Road, 
running a distance of 200 
feet along ttte North side of 
Malbon Road, running a 
distance of 4a9.N feet aking 
the Western property IIm, 
running a distance of 200 
feet atong the Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 4mM feet Mong 
ll«e EaMem property line. 
Said parcel contains 2.25 
acres mare or less. 
PUNGO BOROUGH. 

8. AppiKiiipn of Crown 
Central PaWetawd Cor- 
poration by Joaaph Lawtor, 
Attorney, for a Change of 
Zoning from Ratall 
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at a point 419^ fbal WNI 
01 Hoiiy Itoad. running b • 

diatancaof 11144 faai aiont 
the North tide of Laaklil 
Road, running a dtotan^ll -■ 
153.04 faat along iba " 
Wettarn praparty Una, :^^ 
running a ditfanca af 200.N, -«. - 
feet along tha Norltiafii ' ~ < 
praparty llna and running »:. -^ 
dittanca of 1ST.» faaf alMf * " 
itw Eaatam praparty lint. 
SaM parcal conlalna Ml^H .r^ 
tquara faat. VIROINIA--^ 
BEACH BOROUOH. — :• 

9. Application of OwMR -^ 
Plekaft for a ChiMwa atii 
Zoning from RatidancBx — 
Suburban Olalrlet 3 (R S ir — 
to LImltad Commercial — 
DItlrlet 3 (CL soon eartanijij!- 
property baglnning at b-^m-- 
polnt 413 faat mora ar M« 
South of NM f«ertolk ar 
Southam RalKway RIgbt i 
Way and running a 
dittanca of 100 faat alonL...^ 
the East tide of touNP^^ 
Lynnhaven Road. runnkiB 

a dittanca of 110 faat alonf 
the Northern praparty Una." "* 
running a ditfanca of IM 
faat along tha Eastern' 

property Una and running • 

dittanca of ISO faet aKmi 
the Soulttam property lina. ■ ■ 
Said parcel containt IS,M.«.> 
tquara faet. (LynnhavM 
induttrlal Park Araal."" 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

10. Appiicatlen Of AttiMB 
H. Puliy by W. Edward 
Hudgint, Jr., Attorney, foi! . 
a Change of Zoning frans 9^. 
MotelHotal DIttrict (M-HIl ." 
to Ratall Butlnaia Qlttrlcl ■ 
(B-1) an certain proaarty 
baglnnii« at a point 310 
faat fiorth of mti Straat*. .. 
ruming a dittanca of ]^-« 
fatf along the Catt tide oT * 
Atlantic Avenue, running a , 
dittanca of 150 faat atong 

the N o rthern praparty Una. 
running a ditfanca of M 
feet along tha Etttern^ 
property Una and running g — 

dittanca af 190 faat along 

tha Soulham praparty Una. 
Said parcal it known at ttia 
Southam 2S faat of Lot «< " 
Block 21, Map of Virginia.. ;.v, 
Beach and containt 379 
tquara faat. VIRGINIA ' ' 
BEACH BOROUOH, 

11. Application of AAr 

and Mrt. Paul C. Ber- 
nhardt for a Uta Permit W 

ttabia 2 hartat on certain -' 

property baglnning at a. ' 

pomt one mile more or leti 
Eatt of Elbow Road, 
running a dittanca ol 243.1 - - 
feat akmg ttw South tide «l_ . 
Indian River Road, run- 
ning a dittanca of 103.4 fa«f :: 
akmg tha Eattam property --•' 
line, running a dittance of 

20 faat alang ttw Southern •'- - 
property line ar«d running B. ..'. 
dittanca of 732.26 feet aionB 
the Wattam property lina. 
Said parcal contains s >■ » 

acres more or lest 

KEMPSVILLE BORO- 
UGH. 

12. Application of Evelyii 
R. Bowen. Fk>rltt, for a 
Change of Zoning from 
AAultlple Family RnWanca 
Oittrlct (R-M) to Limited 
Commercial District 3 (C-L 
3) on certain property 
beginning at a point 301 
teet more or lets Nortb of 
Wolftnare Road, running a' 
dittance of 147.5 faet along 
the Wett tide of Flni 
Calanlal Road running % -.. 
dittaoce of 300 faat aioni 

the Southern property lina, 
running a dittanca of 1474<.<- .» 
feet atong tha Weatam 
property line and running • 
dittanca of 147 J faat alanf ' r ' 
the NortiMm property Una, 
Said parcel contains 0,77, , „ 
acre. (Camden Estates. " - 
Laurel Manor Area). ' '* 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. ■ 

13. Application Of Joa 0. 
Blltt for a Uie Permit la ' ~ 
operate bicycle rental on .; ' 
certain property located on 

the Southaatt corner of ' 
Atlantic Avenue and I4tli -^ 
Straal on property known 
at tha Holiday House 
AAotel. Said parcal Is 12 feet '' 
by 25 feet. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH 

14. Application of the City 
of Virginia Beach. - 
Department of Parks and 
Recreation, for a Use 
Permit to construct ■ park "'r--'. 
on certain property ' - 
beginning at a point 2240 z 
faet nwra or lau East of 
Newtown Road (Davit 
Comer) and 30010 feel 
South of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a — 
distance of 176.70 feet atong ' 
the Northern prqperty line, 
running a distance af 700 

feet atong the Wettem 
property Una, running a . 
distance of 24i. 19 feat along > . , 
ttie Sovttiem property line 
and running a distance of 
725 feet more or le» along 
ttw Eaatam property Hne, 
Said parcal contains 3.tS4 . . 
acres. (Tidewater 

Chrlttian School Area) 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

15. Appllcattonof the City 

of Virginia Beach, " 
Department of Parks and '-' 
Recreation, for a Use 
Permit to coratruct a park ~ 
on certain prooerty tocated 
at Itw Southaatt comer ol 
Campball't Landing Road 
and AAorrit Neck Road, '" 
running a distance of 300 
faet along ttw Eatt tide of . 
AAorrit Neck Road, running 
a distance M sn faat atong 
the South tide af Camp- 
ball't Landing Road, and 
running a diafanca of 300 
faet along the Eattam 
property Una and rwHrint a 
dittanca af MO faat a iang 
ttw Soulhai n praparty Una. 
Said parcel oenMnt 3J 
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IntarMcttan of Parliament 
Orlva ami Princeu Anna 
Road running a distance of 
74 faal along ttie North side 
of Parliament Drive, 
runnhtg a distance of 225.9 
faat along ttte Western 
pr^Mfty line, running a 
distance of 70 feet along ttie 
Northern property line 
(Norfolk and Southern 
Railway Right of Way), 
running a distance of 220 
feat along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 0.37 acre. 
(Arrowt«ead Plaza Shop- 
ping Center Area). 
KEMPSViULE BORO 
UGH. 

17. Application of 
William T. and Vivian C. 
Mason, William and Jean 
Hofflar, John W. and 
Barnlca King, and 
Cromwail C. and Kathryn 
R. Douglas lOr a Change of 
Zoning from Residence 
Duplex District J^(R^ 3) to 
Multiple Family Residence 
District (R-M) and a Use 
Permit to consh-uct 135 
apartment units on certain 
property located on the 
North side of Shore Drive 
extending between Calvert 
Sh'aet and Kendall Street, 
running a distance of 250 
feat along the North side of 
Shore Drive, running a 
distance of 389 feet along 
the Wast side of Kendall 
Street, running a distance 
«of 2S4 faat along the Nor- 
tham property line and 
running a distance of 422 
feat along the East side of 
Calvert Street. Said parcel 
is known as Lots 1 through 
1«, Block 5, Sactkin G, Plat 
of Cape Henry and contains 
2J acres. (Cape Henry 
Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

II. Application of 
William "T and Vivian 
Mason, John W. and 
Bamice King, Cromwell C. 
and Kathryn Douglas, and 
William and Jean HoHler 
far the discontinuance, 
cl'wura and abandonment 
of a IS-foot lane extending 
from Calvert Street in an 
easterly direction a 
distance of 250 feet to 
Kendall Sh-eet; said lane Is 
k>cated behween Lots 1 
through 7 Inclusive, Block 
5, Section 6, Plat of Cape 
Henry. (Cape Henry Area). 
LYNNHAVEN SOROUGH. 

1*. Application of Rusty's 
Rental's, inc., for a Use 
Permit to operate bicycle 
rentals on certain property 
locatad at the Southeast 
comer of Atlantic Avenue 
and Third Street on 
property known as the 
Schooner Motor Motel. 
Said area Is shown as 9 feet 
by 20 feet. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

20. Applicatton of Rusty's 
Rental's inc., for a Use 
Permit to operate a bicycle 
rental on certain pr^>erty 
tocatad at the Southwest 
comer of Fourth Street and 
Rudee Boulevard, on 
property lowwn as the Inlet 
House. Said parcel is 10 
feet by 20 feet. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

21. Application of R.L. 
Munler and William W. 
Robertson for a Change of 
Zoning from Multiple 
Family Residence Distrlet^^ 
(R-M) to Limited Com- 
mercial District 2 (C-L 2) 
on certain property 
beginning at a point 1800 
feet more or less West of 
South Lynnhaven Road, 
running a dlstmce of 543.20 
feat along the North side of 
ttolland Road, running a 
distance of 566. 14 feet along 
Itia Western property line, 
running a distance of 495.90 
faat along the Northern 
prt^Eterty line and running a 
distance of 790.50 feet along 
the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel contains 8 
acres more or less. (Green 
Run Area). PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

22. Appiicatkm of Her- 
bert L. Zook for a Use 
Permit to construct a child 
day care center on ccrtslp 
property beginning at^ 
point 123 feet West of Great 
Neck Road, running a 
distance of 160 feet along 
tha South side of Poplar 
Point Road, running a 
distance of 275 feet along 
tha Western property line, 
running a distance of 1M 
faat along the Southern 
poverty line and running a 
dictanca of 375 feet along 
tha Eastern property line. 
Saw parcel contains 1.0 
acre mora or lass. (Great 
Hack Estates Area, Section 
One). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

33. Appllcatton of Trant- 
Barkahto-a Devetopmmt 
Corp., by John B. James, 
Mioraay, tor a Change of 
Zoning from Rural 
RaaWann District 1 (RR 
1) to Rural Residence 
CM^ict 3 a (R-R 3a) and 
•Rasldanca Suburban 
EN^Ict 1 (RS 1) on certain 
praparty locatad at the 
Morthwast hitarsactlon of 
IntyimvMw Read and Five 
Pomta Road. Said parcel 
tmMInt O acres more or 



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A: Change of 
fraM RR 1 to R-R 



3a: 3.8 acres nH>re or less. 

Parcel B: Change of 
zoning from R-R 1 to RS 1: 
39.2 acres more or less. 

Plats with more detailed 
Informatton are available 
in the Department of City 
Planning. (Trantwood 
Shore-Brittany Estates- 
Southern Points Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

24. Appilcatkin of John B. 
Smith for a Use Permit to 
construct 55 motel ef- 
ficiency apartment units 
(condominiums) on certain 
property located on the 
Southeast corner of Ocean 
Avenue and 58th Street, 
running a distance of 125.65 
feet along the East side of 
Ocean Avenue, running a 
distance of 150.29 feet along 
the South side of 58th 
Street, running a distance 
of 135 feet along the 
Eastern property line 
(Oceanfront) and running 
a distance of ISO feet along 
the Southern property line. 
Said parcel Is known as 
Lots 1, 2, and 3. Block 7, 
Plat of Ubermeer, and 
contains 0.45 acre more of 
less. (North Virginia Beach 
Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

25. Application of Sea 
Bay Development Corp., 
by R.G. Bosher for a 
Change of Zoning from 
One Family Residence 
District (R-1) to Retail 
Business District on the 
West side of Pacific 
Avenue extending between 
Norfolk Avenue and 11th 
Street, running a distance 
of 135 feet more or less 
akmg the North side of 
ttorfoik Avenue, running a 
distance of 820 feet more or 
less along the West side of 
Pacific Avenue, running a 
distance of 80 feat along the 
South side of 11th Street, 
running a distance of MO 
feet more or less along the 
Western property line of 
which 90 feet more or less 
is the East side of Lake 
Drive. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

26. Application of G. 
Norman Cobb, J.D. 
Williams, AAavIs C. Cobb by 
Stanley A. Phillips, 
Attorney, for a Change of 
Zoning from Residence 
Suburban Dish-let 3 (RS 3) 
to Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-M) 
on certain property 
beginning at a point 930 
feet more or less North of 
inlynnview Road and 1785 
feet more or less East of 
Great Neck Road, and 1200 
feet more or leu West of 
First Colonial Road, 
running a distance of 1829 
feet more or less along the 
Southern property line, 
running a distance of 410 
feet more or iisss along the 
Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 1717 
feet along the Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 425 feet along 
ttie Western property line. 
Said parcel contains 14.9 
acres more or less. 
(Princess Anne Memorial 
Park Cemetery Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

27. Application of WW. 
Oliver, Jr., for a Change of 
Zoning from Rural 
Residence District 1 (R-R 
1) to Limited Commercial 
District 2 (CL 2) on certain 
property located on the 
East side of Independence 
Boulevard and across from 
Paul Revere Road, 
beginning at the point 500 
feet more or less South ot 
Ewell Road, running a 
distance of 1603 feet more 
or less along the East side 
of independence Boulevard, 
running a distance of 1135 
feet more or less along the 
Northern property line, 
running a distance of 1178 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line, and 
running a distance of 348 
feet more or less alofig the 
Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 19.59 
acres more or less, in- 
cluding proposed 
Wakefield Drive. (Lake 
Smith Terrace 
Thoroughgood Estates- 
Reedtown Areas). BAY- 
SIDE BOROUGH. 

28. ApplicatkMi of C Si W 
Development Co. for a Use 
Permit to erect a 4-foot by 8 
foot signboard on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 146 feet more or less 
North of ttte entrance to 
Ttioroughgood and located 
on the East side of 
Pleasure House Road. 
(Thoroughgood Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

29. Appllcatton of George 
F. Oarden, Jr., for a 
Change of Zonlf>g from 
Residence Suburban 
District 3 (RS 3) to 
AAultlple Family ResidefKe 
District (R M) «Kt a Use 
Permit to construct 66 
townhousas and 25 apart- 
ments (midrlse con- 
dominl«Nn units) on certain 
property bagkming at a 
point 175 faat mora or lass 
North of Thundarblrd 
Drive, rurmlf^ a distance 
of ^3.01 feet along tha Mtost 
side of First Cotoniai Road, 
running a distance of 
1449.87 feet along the 
Northern property line. 



running a distance of 
1087.29 feet along the 
Western property line and 
running a distance of 
1221.18 feet along the 
Southern property line of 
which 148.32 feet is the 
North side of Thunderbird 
Drive. Said parcel contains 
15.4 of land and 9.5 acres of 
water (Sendee Lake), 
totaling 24.9 acres. 
(Woodhurst-Sleepy Hollow 
Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

30. Application of AAarvIn 
Simon and Herbert Cash- 
van, partners trading as S 
8. C Co., by Jay F. Wliks, 
Attorney, for a Change of 
Zoning from Residence 
Suburban District 4 (RS 4) 
to Limited Commercial 
District 2 (C-L 2) on certain 
property located at the 
Southeast corner of Alcott 
Road (formerly Oyster 
Road), and Maiibu Drive, 
running a distance of 563.17 
feet along the East side of 
AAallbu Drive, running a— 
distance of 593.43 feet 
less along the South side of 
Alcott Road, running a 
distance of 593.43 feet 
along the Eastern property 
line and running a distance 
of 100 feet along the 
Southern property line. 
Said parcel Is known as 
Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, Parcel B, 
and Lots 5 and 6, Plat of 
Subdivision of Maiibu, 
Section, recorded in Map 
Book 50, page 17 and 
contains 1.27 acre more or 
less. KMalibu Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

31. Application Of D.B. 
Hill for a Change of Zoning 
from Residence Duplex' 
District 2 (R-D 2) to 
Limited Commercial 
District 3 (C-L 3) on certain 
property located at the 
intersection of East 
Stratford Street and 
Pendleton Avenue, 
beginning at a point 114.36 
feet South of Shore Drive, 
running a distance of 128.18 
feet along the htorth side of 
East Stratford Street, 
running a distance of 114.16 
faat along the North side of 
Pendleton Avenue, running 
a distanca of 52.27 feet 
along the Eastern property 
line and running a distance 
of 170.32 feet along tha 
Northern property line. 
Said parcel is known as 
Lots 8 and 9, Block 27, PJat 
of Sectton "A" of Oc*n 
Park Corporation. (Ocean 
Park Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

32. Application of Green 
Run Corp. of Virginia 
Beach for tha discon- 
tinuance, closure 4nd 
abandonment of portions of 
Rosemont Road as located 
In the Green Run Planned 
Unit Development Sub- 
division. Said street is 
recorded in Map Book 72, 
Page 6, Plats with more 
detailed information are 
available In the Depart- 
ment of City Planning 
indicating two porttons of 
said straat to be closed 
containing 0.494 acre and 
0.228 acre, totaling 0.722 
acre. (Green Run Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

33. Application of Putt-A- 
Round for a Use Permit to 
operate a miniature golf 
course on certain property 
located on the South side of 
Parliament Drive, 
beginning at a point 675 
feet more or less East of 
the Intersection of 
Parliament Drive and 
Princess Anne Road. Said 
parcel contains 9100 square 
feet and is located in the 
Arrowhead Plaza Shopping 
Center. Plats with more 
detailed information are 
available in the Depart- 
ment of City Planning. 
(Arrowhead Plaza Shop- 
ping Center). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

34. Application of Young 
World of Virginia, Inc., for 
a Use Permit to operate a 
day nursery and kin- 
dergarten on certain 
property beghtning at a 
point SOU feet more or less 
South of Haygood Road, 
running a distance of 170 
feet along the East side of 
Ferry Plantation Road, 
running a distance of 257 
feet along the Norttiem 
property line, running a 
distance of 170 feet atong 
the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 
257 feet along the Southern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 1.0 acre nwe or 
less. (Haygood Shopping 
Center Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

35. Appllcatlwi of Robert 
H. Pottar by Roger S. 
Fraley, Attorney, for a 
Chwige of Zoning from 
Residence Duplex District 
1 (RD 1) to Mirttlpla 
Family Residence District 
(R-M) and a Uaa Pemiit to 
construct 32 apartment 
units on certain property 
beginning at a pomt 300 faat 
South of North Graanwall 
Road, running a dWa n ca ot 
MO feet along tha Eaat side 
of Pleasure ttouse Road, 
running a distance of 3M 
feet .along tt^ Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of 100 feet atong 



the Eastern property line 
and running a distanca of 
380 faat along the Southern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 0.873 acre more or 
less. (Bradford Terrace 
Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

36. Appllcatton of Moose 
Lodge No. 1998, Loyal 
Order of Moose, inc., for a 
Change of Zoning from 
Residence Duplex District 
2 (R-D 2) to Limited 
Commercial Districts (C-L 
3) on certain property 
beginning at a point 500 
feet nKtre or ieu Wast of 
South Birdnack Road, and 
180 feet more or less South 
of Bells Road, running a 
distance of 418.84 feet along 
the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 415 
feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 418.84 feet along 
the Southern property line 
and running a distance of 
415 feat nuM-e or less along 
_JlieJtfe»tern property line. 
Said parcel contains 4.0 
acres more or less. 
(Oceana Naval Air Statton 
Area). PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

Plats with mora detailed 
information on the above 
appiicattons are available 
in the Department of City 
Planning. 

All interested persons 
are invited to attend. 
Charles C. Carrlngton 
Director of Planning 

4-26-5-3 2T 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

In the Clerk's OHIce of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
23rd day of April, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Creed C. Bright, Plaintiff, 
against 

Mono Leavern Bright, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce A Vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of two years 
separation. 

And an affidavit baving 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, and the last 
known post office address 
being: Coriey, West 
Virginia, 

it is ordered that she do 
appear hare within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy -Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK. 
Phyllis N. Styron, Deputy, 
Clerk. 

Messrs. Keiberg t, 
Childress, 
Plaza One 
Norfolk Virginia 23510 

4 26-5 3,10,17 4T 



Commonwealth of 
Virginia, In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginia 
Beach, on the 17th day of 
April, 1973. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Kenneth Thomas Winter, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Lena Dale Winter, 

Defetulant. 

The oblect of this suit is 
to Obtain 'a divorce a 
vinculo matrinwnii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
lasting for a period of more 
than 2 years. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State o» 
Virginia, tha last known 
post office address 
being Main Street, 
berland, AAaryiand. 

It is ordered that she do 

appear here within (10) ten 
days after due pubilcatton 
hereof, and do wttat may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
CLERK 

Linda Noel Hill, Deputy 
Clerk 

Theodore A. Boyce 
105 N. Plaza Trail 
Va. Beach, va. 
4,19,264-3,10-4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH 

IN RE: IN THE MAT 
TER OF ADOPTION OF 
INFANTS KNOWN AS 
LINDA LEE REYNOLDS 
and ' MARK LEE 
REYNOLDS 

1<93^B 

ORMIROP 

PUBLICATION 

• Tha eblact of this suit is 

the adoption of the Infant 

children named above by 

the patittonars. 

An affMavIt having been 
made that tha natural 
mottiar Vf tha children 
sougtit to ba adopted is not 
a raaMant of tha State of 
Virginia and her last 
townwt addrau being: 
Mr*. Margaret Grace 
Reynoldi 



c-o T.O. Dunn 

5861 Judson 

Los Vegas, Nevada 89110 

It is ORDERED in ac- 
cordance With Code Sectton 
63.1-225 Of the Code of 
Virginia that Mrs. 
AAargaret Grace Reynolds 
do appear here within ten 
days after due publication 
of this Order and do what is 
necessary to protect her 
interests. 

It is further ORDERED 
that the foregoing portion 
of this order be published 
once a week for four suc- 
cessive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun. 

A copy Teste: John V. 

Fentress, Clerk 

By Sandra Hargrove, D.C. 

I ASK FOR THIS: 
Frank E. Butler, ill, 
Attorney for the 
Petitioners 
4-19,26 53,10-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Vfrgmiar" -"^ — ^ 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
13th day of April, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Harry Raymond Soucy, 
Plaintiff, 
against, 

Diana Lee Hampton Soucy, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro, from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
3121 Vine Street, Apt. C, 
Orange California. 

It is ordered that she do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to proect her 
Interest in this suit. 
H. Calvin Spain 
2859 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
A copy— teste: 



JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
CLSRK 

Linda Noel Hill, O. Clerk 
4 9,26-5-3,10-4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE ON 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH ON THE 11TH 
DAY OF APRIL, 1973. 

IN CHANCERY 

NO. C-73-393-B 
DAVI D ALLISON 

DA M R U an d 

ROSAMOND WARE 
OAMRON Petition to adopt 
AMY WARE HOWELL 
ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 
Thhe Object of this suit Is 
for the petitioners to obtain 
the adoptpon of Amy Ware 
Howell, Petitioners pray 
that a final order be en- 
tered in the above styled 
suit allowing the adoption 
(and change of name) 
without the consent of 
William Frank Howell, 
wtwse consent is beind 
held, contrary to the in- 
terest of the child. 

An affidavit has been 
made and filed that 
William Frank Howell is 
not a resident of this State 
the last known post office 
address being: Guthrie, 
Kentucky it is ordered that 
he appear before this court 
within ten days after due 
publication of this order 
and protect his interests 
herein. 

A Copy Tester John V. 
Fentress Clerk 
By Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 

I ASK FOR THIS: 
R. Stanley Hudgins 
Attorney for the petitioners 
1102 First 8. AAerchants 
Bank Bidg., 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 
4-19,26-5-3.10-4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OFiViRGINIA 
BEACH ON THE 11th DAY 
OF APRIL, 1973. 

IN CHANCERY 

NO. C-73-I4S-A 

ROBERT JOSEPH AR 

NOLO and JUDITH 

TWYMAN ARNOLD 

petitton to adopt DAVID 

LAWRENCE PALMER. 

ORDER OF 

. PUBLICATION 

The (^ject ofthis suit is 
lor the petitionrs to obtain 
tha adoption of David 
Lawrence Palmer, an 
infant, and to change the 
name of said child. The 
petittoners pray that a final 
order be entered in the 
above-styled cause 
altowing the adoption and 
change of nan»e of said 
child vrtttXHit tt«e consent of 
his natural father, Freddie 
Lawrence Palmer, Jr., 
whose consent Is being 
wtit^held contrary to the 
inte:-ests of the child. 

An affidavit has been 
made and filed that 
Freddie LawrwKe Palmer, 
Jr. is not a residant of this 
State, It Is ordered that he 
i^paar befwe this court 
within tan days after due 



publication of this order 
and protect his Interests 
herein. 

TESTE: JOHN V. FEN- 
TRESS, CLERK 
BY: J. Curtis, Fruit 
Deputy Clerk 

H. Lee Addison, ill 

Attorney for the petitioners 

4 19,26-5-3, 10-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 

theCircuitCourtof the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

10th day of April, 1973. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

Natherarn Williams, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Annie B. Johnson Wiiilams, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of 2 years 
separation. 

^-And an affJdavJt^ljaylng^ 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
P.O. Box 5084 Riverside, 
California 92507. 

it is ordered that she do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof / and do what maybe 
necessary to protect her 
interest In this suit. 

Thomas C. Broyles 
35th and Pacific 
Va. Beach, Va. 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
CLERK 

Linda Noel Hill D., Clerk 
4-12,19,26-5-3,4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
9th day of April, 1973. 
OROEROF 
PUBLICATION 
James Edward Bateman, 
Plaintiff, 
against . 



Dorothy M. Bateman, 
Defendant. , ' 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Mensa Et Thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii frnm 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been used 
by and on behalf of the 
plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or corporation 
the defendant is, without 
effect; the last known post 
office address bping: 720 
Carolina Ave., Va. Beach, 
VA. 

It is ordered that she do 
appear within ten (10) days 
aftUr due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
Bashara 8, Hubbard 
Board of Trade 
Norfolk, Virginia 
A copy Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

BY: Sandra Hargrove, D. 
Clerk 
4-12,19,26-5 3 4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
5th day of April, 1973. 
OROEROF 
PUBLICATION 

Diane O. Pape, Plaintiff, 
against 
Dale W. Pape, Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of constructive 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
211 Bacon Pond Road 
Woodtjury, 'Cbnnectlcut. 

It Is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK 

Linda Noel Hill, D. Clerk. 

Frank E. Butler, ill 
4336 Virginia Beach, Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
4 12,19,26-5 3-4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
»-d day « April, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Joseph Genovese, Plaintiff, 
against 

Katharine Matthews 
Genovese, Defendwit. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin 
culo mati*nonii from the 
«aid defendant, upon the 
9roun«ft of Separatton for 
mora than hM> years. 



And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
^t office address being: 
2069 Southern Avenue, 
Memphis, Tennessee 38114. 

it is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 

Clerk 

Lewis, Sacks 8i (TeLaura 
508 Plaza One 
Norfolk, Virginia 

4-12,19,26^5 3-4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of .yirginia'*£aach,4inJba. 



3rd day of April, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Rebecca King Townsend, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Samuel James Townsendi 
Jr, Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
for the plaintiff to obtain a 
divorce a mensa et thoro 
from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of wilful 
desertion and-or cruelty. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident Of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 29 
F Malnor Manor Ringtown, 
Pennsylvania. 

it is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste < 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK 

Linda Noel Hlii, D. Clerk 

J. Carroll Melton, ii 
1955 Virginia National 
Bank Building 
Norfolk, va. 

412,19,26-5-3-4T 

VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's 
office of the Circuit Court 
of the city of Virginia 
Beach on the 4th day of 
April, 1973. 

ANNIE LEE LEWIS, 
Complainant 
vs. 

TRUSTEES OF LODGE 
NO. 118 STAR OF 
BETHLEHEM;! TRUS 
TEES OF J^R ICO LODGE 
"NO. 175, TRUSTEES OF 
STAR OF BETHLEHEM 
LODCP NO. 4, JERRY 
POOLE, Jjp., "If living, 
or if they be dead, their 
widows, heirs, devisees 
and successors in title, and 
any and ail other parties 
who are or may have an 
interest in this proceeding, 
whose names are unknown, 
who are made parties 
defendants by the general 
description of "parties^ 
unknown", Defendants. 



IN CHANCERY 

DOCKET NO. C-73-333 

OROEROF 

PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
that the interest of the 
complainant in said 
property may be ascer- 
tained and established, and 
that the Court n>ay decree 
that your complainant has 
full and complete and 
unobstructed ' title to the 
said property as against 
the rights of other persons 
and that the rights of all 
other persons may be 
barred. 

And the Bill of Complaint 
stating that there are, or 
may be, persons interested 
in the title to the sahl 
property whose names are 
unknmvn and making them 
parties by the general 
descriptiOTL of "PARTIES 
UNKNOWN", and an 
Affidavit having been filed 
of the fact that they are 
unknown, it is. 

ORDERED, that the said 
"PARTIES UNKNOWN", 
do appear <wlthin ten (10) 
days after due publication 
of this Order and do what is 
necessary to protect their 
interest; 

11 is furhter ORDERED, 
that a cc^y of the foregoing 
portton of this Order be 
published once a week for 
four successive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Swi, a 
newspaper publist«ed in tt«e 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and that a copy of 
this Order be posted on the 
bulletin board of the Orcutt 
Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach. 

A copy Teat. John V. 

Fentress, Clark 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. 

Kellam, Pickrell and 

Lawtar 

First and Marchanis Bank 

Bidg. 

Norfolk, Va. 

4 12. 19,1^54 4T 



RATES: "Person ta 
Person" ads for in- 
dividuals buying, selling, 
renting, or offering a 
service. Up to 12 words, 
only $1. per issue, add 56 
cents for each additional 4 
words. 

Classified display S3.64 
per column inch, with a 
minimum charge of $7.28 
except on contract basis. 

Business Rates: First U 
words in straight 
classified are S2.00 Lower 
rates may be earned. 

DEADLINE for 
classified ft classified 
display is Noon on the 
Tuesday prior to 
publication date. 

Place ads at the SUN 
office 138 S. Rosemont 
Rd., Va. Beach, Va. 234S2. 
or mail to Classified 
Desk ; or phone 4(4-3433 or 
414-3434. Classifieds are 
priced on cash basis; 
payment is due upon 
receipt of statement. 




MUNIUIMI ABI 




Dear Giant Canary — Have 
a happy birthday, but 
watch tha Old Crow I Guess 
Who. 

MIKE — we can weather 
the storm - BETTY 

Happy belated birthday 
Marcia Eashwood and our 
betoved anter-govamm- ' 
ental reiattons coordinator, • 
Scoff Tyler. KMB ', 

TERR I — Let's do it all ; 
over again. Alkla. 

Steve R. — My licansa '. 
plate is still bent. Mary S. • 

BILL a. PEDEE — Keep • 
that knot tied for a llfvtime. : 
Congratulattons. Waag. 

Robin — Your Karma will 1 
catch up with you. D.C. 

C. D. •• D. — Winkle and 
"HajSpr 
AAe, too. 



SON OR A— Welcome back.; 
Hope you f htd a place to sit.. 

MIKE — This is your of- 
ficial Welcome to tha 
Family. We Love You. 
GMSDM 




3 PERSONAL NOTICE 



FREEUWCE 
PHOTOGRAPHY 

7 yean experience 

CALL 
429-2097 



SISTER TINA 

Reader and Mvisv 

Atfvbn 00 tf rtaUeinrtf 
life Mrii as mairiaBB, boa- 
iiiea, love afMn, coort- 
Alp, atcohol at if youi'te 
iekOfiniieedodMip, 
come see SMar Tina. All 
icadinis an private and 
oottfldealiaL 

Call for Appointmenjt: 
425-5818 

1912 Va. Boaeli Blvd.. 
Nob Oeoana 



Va. Beach,! block aaat of 

CLARIFIED 
OFFICE HOURS 

MONDAY THROUGH 
FRIDAY 

8:30 ajn. to 5 pjn. : 

OPEN SATUR(MUfS i 

8:30ajn. to 12 Noon 



m 



mw 



WANTED 

YOUR INDIVIDUAL 



Peison4(KfttsQn 

OASSinEOAD 

Call 486-3433 
or 486-3(34 

IREWARD 

OM but, aid 
"tittol"!) 



Til 



I 



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SUN CLASSIFIED 




THE SUN-THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1973-FAGE 11 




tS— TRUCKS, TRAiURS, Jliri UO— AUTOMQIIUI 



RtcHie* Safi & Fast witti 
GoBnt Tablcft ft E-Vap 
"waf»r pllU" — ■arr't 
Orug. 



3M BRAND AIAXMS 



CUIIS7-M0e 

MKmwAtCHseamnY 

•lYSTlia 



Ratirad, houaawlvaa. atc- 

Part or Ml tima, sood pay. 

Local fund driva. 4»MI7. 

K 



WELCOME WAOON 
HOSTESS - Opantafl In 
Tida-watar Araa wtio 



and typing. Mutt hava car 
avallaMa. Will tram. For 
Intarviaw call tnvitt. 



4— SHAWi EIDE 

NEepRIDE-ToMaxIco 
City In Immadlata futura. 
Call 42t-3941, or 4a6-3430, 
axtaraion 34. 

TRIP FREE to and from 
WMhingtan, O.C. N you 
drIva my car. Waalt^id of 
April vm. Rafarancao. 42t- 
M44. 



S-tPiCIAL 81RVICEI 



CANDY THE CLOWN 
Available, Birthdays, 
Promofionals and Grand 
Openings. Call 587 3697 or 
423 4689. 

Mature woman wilt house 
sit for July and August. 
Raferoncas. Call 4n-M93. 

MAGIC SHOWS Par. 
ties, Club maetlngs, 
luncheons, etc. 
Reasonable. Call 340.0297, 
after 5 p.m. 

pats — Delightful 
children's entertainment, 
with audience par- 
ticipation; birthdays, all 
Kcaslons. Anna Ball, 421- 
1104. \ 



THE PEMBROK E 
J»UPPETS - Are now 
•vatteble tor Birttidry 
■Parties, special Events, 
etc. Children and Adult 
entertainment. 497-4141, 
497 0982. 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
JCHIMNEY Sweep and 
fireplace repair. 
iFJreplaces designed, built 
anb rebuilt. Dampers 
Installed and repaired. 
Guaranteed to stop 
smoking. Call 428 7350 
night or day. 



AMBITIOUS PERSONS — 
Who wants to gat ahead and 
earn your worth also op- 
portunity for business 
partner. 420-1132 after 6 
p.m. 

BARTENDERS— Full and 
Part tima, exparlanced. 
421-7974. 

CHAIN SAW OPERATOR 
- Exparlanced. Call 430- 
5833. 

MEN& WOMEN (AGE 20 
120) to earn (100 ■ tlOOO per 
month part time. In own 
home. 4866035. _ 

MOTEL MANAGER— 
Exparlanced for 100 room 
Va. Beach metal. Sober 
only. Qood salary and 
fringe banafits. Send 
resume. All repliaa con- 
fidantlal. Write: P.O. Box 
11141, Norfolk, Va. 23517. 



BLOOD DONORS 
NEEDED 

Eun immediate csA. S40to 
$60 a month; bloodplaama 
unenlly needed. DELMARVA 
Bioloaicals, Inc., 733 Gtaaby 
St, 3u 623-3 173. 



s 



S-LOST AND FOUND 

GLASSES - tost In 
Lighthouse Restaurant 
district of Va. Baach 
Speedway, or Cherry- 
Pearson's, Name Inside 
frame, Olga Edwards. Call 
4S6-3430, extension 44, or 
425-5218 after 6 p.m. 




.I4-*HII> WAMTP . MAU 

AUTO MECHANIC — Must 
have hand tools. 588-7111. 

CARPET SHAMPOOER— 
Will train, good pay, own 
transportation. 48«-5S19. 

Easy indoor Work. Day or 
evening. Cash dally. 428- 
9537. 

SEMI-ORIVERS 
NEEDED r- No experience 
necessary. Will train. Eatii 
$300. to $400. per week. For 
application, call 317-639- 
4138, or write to Associated 
Systems, 1040 East 
Washington St., In- 
dianapolis, Indiana, 46202. 



HELLO 
If you can play • miuical 
iBstnnisat,iiii|: iMwea 
baadotmHiealsroHp, 
bettn reiWw with Oqtriconi 
BooUng Agency, 399-2139. 
"Where It'iHappet^" 



TEXAS OIL 

qOMPANY 

Has opening In Virginia 
Beach area. No experience 
necessary. Age not Im 
portant. Good character a 
must. We train. Air Mail 
A.S. Dickerson, Pros 
Southwestern Petroleum 
Corp., Ft. Worth, Tex. 



16-HE Lr WANTED PEMALT 

ACTIVE WELCOME 
WAGON — Expansion 
provides opening for 
hostesses In *e Tidawater 
area. Ambitious, en|oy 
working with community, 
us* of own car, flmlble 
hours, attractive Ineonta. 
Military O.K. Writa Box C- 
5, c-o The Virginia Beach 

SiMI. 

MAIO-Afternoons. For Day 
Care Center. Call 428 6545 
for appointment. 

PARTTIME TVPISTJl- 
3S, Single, S1.*3 to t2JS par 
hr. tor novel manuaeripts. 
n WPM. 4S-IB41. 



'^OPPORTUNITY' 



499-3?»3fo>aa 



CM 



SALES TRAINieS 
■•eardiM* M your PMt «Mrk 
background, wt mov bo oblo to 
•roin youlor locol lull tlmo uM 
U10.0S AMnttily to Mart. C«N 
4*f.r«3. 



SALESPEOPLE 



Full or port tlmo, no OKporloneo 
nocoisary. High commluioni. For a 
confWontlal intorvlow, contact *Ar. 
Strickland, 499.7IS0. 



lfE]!l5^XHaiEEL<LC(Xm£S 
. latnastsdiBSadocSid 
iaoQiiie poMiaM Crmi 
yawowahooMT Earnta^ 
bom 1100 to 11,000 per 
month, For appoiatroent 



caB 



497-8575 



19-IOBS WANTED 

BABYSITTING — My 
home; Diamond Springs 
area,- S days. 440-0473. 

BABYSITTING — V|MII 
babysit In my home, week- 
days 1:30 p.m. to 11:W 
p.m., waakends 1:00 a.m. 
to midnight. BIrchwood 
Gardens. Va. Baach. 340- 
0448. 

BABYSITTING — My 
honrM (Lakavllle araa) by 
hour, day, or week. 
Reasonable rates. 434-3707. 

BABYSITTING — In my 
home days, 2 and 3 yr . olds. 
Princess Anne Plaza-Klngs 
Arms Apartments. 340- 
1350. 

BABYSITTING — 
Educated in child 
guidance. Meals, 
Playroom and large fetKed 
yard. 499-0930. 

BABYSITTING — 
Licensed; tots of love; 
Virginia Baach araa; 421- 
0081. 

BOARDING HOME — for 
children, very reaMnable; 
587-84^. 

CHILD CARE — My home, 
reasonable, 855-0925. 

Child Cara— My home, 
hourly, night care, waek; 
llcansad. 155-7209. 

CHILD CARE — In my 
home for working mothers, 
experienced; age 1-5. 853- 



CHURCH CHOI R 
DIRECTOR - 
Expariancad in all phases. 
580^104 after 5. 

DESIRES CAREER 
POSITION Experience as 
follows, 2 yrs. general 
reporting and editing 
women's page; 3 yrs 
secreterial work, type S5 
word; par minute, 
newspaper layout, 
copy reading. Insurance 
(auto and homeowners) 
rating and working up 
orders, filing, dictaphone 
and adding machine. Call 
497 3474. 



Expariancad Lady daalras 
rec^rttonist, clark. or stock 
work. ^>-234l. 

FASHION PATTERN 
MAKER, designer. Par- 
manant frartancajt i«ma, 
CFI gradilate, 
Exparia ncad. MHa4. 

HOUSEKEEPER - To do 
3 or 4 *ys a woali. Ota 
place, se-sns. 



Lady-deslrat part-time 
work, with sami-lnvalld; 
rafaran ces . 417-0*73. 



OFFICE CLEANING - 
Night time. Aragona 
Village preferred. Call 
499 2154, after 4 p.m. 



BABYBnTER-YoMV 




tmtma^amt^luAi, 


hiMylMna,(GioeaRn 


Aiaa)faMllair7- IMM. 


8:45 a-ak'tB 1:15 PA 


Mmfom- 427-6lt3. 





20— OAT NURHRY 

HAPPY DAYS KIN 
DERGARTEN - And 
Day Care Center. State 
Licensed for 3, 3, 4, and S 
yoarolds. Open 7 a.m. - 4 
p.m. year around .' Cair 
428 6545 to enroll. Located 
at 612 Fremac Drive (off 
Laskin Road between 
Hilltop and oceanfront). 




ZX-MNOOU * INSTRUCnOI^ 

VOICE LESSONS — 
Beginners, advanced.. 
James Morrlsson.'ilii- 
0587. 



LARK DOWNS — 3 
bedrooms ranch, many ' 
extras, m yrs. old. 
$32,500. No agents. 497-23S1. 

POINT-OVIEW — In 
Kampsville. Two story 
colonial. 5 bedroom, 
master bedrooms suite 
with dressing room Is on 
first ftoor. Cherry panalad 
dan with coty brick 
fireplace, formal living 
room, formal dining room, 
hMO and a half battis, large 
kitchen, laundry room, 
double garage, loto of attic 
storage space. Hardwood 
floors; No maintenance 
brick (first floor) and 
colonial aluminum siding 
(sacond floor) axtarlor. 
Storm windows. Ovarsiza 
comer lot with fenced back 
yard. Brick patto. Central 
air conditioning. A 
beautiful home In one of 
area's most desirable 
neighborhood. »B,0eo. Call 
497-4973 after 4 p.m. for 
appointment with owner. 

36-Um AND ACREAGE 

LINKHORN BAY - 
Exclusive waterfront acre 
on beautiful wooded site. 
By owner. 484-3414. 



GRIliES MUSK SCHOOL 

GUITAR CLASSES 
In Pmibroka Ana 
Studeato Teught la SmaU 
Giottpt Acoonlini to Afss 

499-1428 



^g-ansnwjRNisifeD 

Share — single girl to 
share with same, 2 
bedroom apt., Va. Baach, 
340-1129 or 340-5191. 



M-A-RB80RT PROPERTY 

ALANTON — 4V^ acres 
plus, on Broad Bay, near 
the Narrows, deep water. 
From ovMW, 834.000. KJ- 
5000. 



37 OUT OF TOWN 

^FAC.E4„^J[or Mfifijll_. 

Homes. Large, wooded 
^ots. Approx. 15 ml. from 
Va. Line, 15 ml. from E. 
City, N.C. and 25 ml. from 
Nags Head. 125 & $30 per 
month. Call (919) 453 3232 
after 4. 



21— NOUIIt . UNraiNMNID 40-BUgiNE88 PROPERTY 



GREEN RJUli- .^- 

Townhouse; appllcancas, 
air conditioned. 4970400. 

LAUREL COVE — 4 
bedroom, 2</^ bath, 2 car 
garage. All extras. S350. 
par month. 340-5519. 



SALE OR TRADE 
Vduritls Commidal Silt 
In Bmy, Busy Aiaa, Just 
Awaitini Davetopment 
OA Ray ManaiBi, 425- 
0955, 497-3545. 

EVERGREEN REALTy 



SO galtoitt wax less floor 
finish and 50 gallons 
commercial stripper. 
Must move Immediately 
at SI per gallon, which it 
fractton of cost. Contact 
Jay Brumblay at 4*6-3430. 

AVON BOTTLES' V*ry 
old. also some antiques. 
Dial 499 3885. 

BICYCLE — 24" Schwlnn 
girls, excellent condltton, 
«2S. 4S4-3S37 after 5 p.m. 



BICYCLE New Sears 10 
speed, Semperet gum well 
tires; center pole brakes; 
dual cruising brakes; 
Simplex derralter. SSO. 464 
9331 aftar 4 p.m. 

Generator-400 cycles, 
Willis molar, A-1 condition. 
SM-3S40. 

HAIR DRYER — Ga mist, 
profasstonal type, excellent 
condition, SIS. 340-9033 
evenings. 

HAIR DRYER-General 
Electric Fashion Mist. 
Hardly used. 115. 340-9033. 

Four Pachlnko Gantas, In 
wooden frame, wonderful 
for a game room, SIOO. 340. 
9033 evenings. 

Rugg Power mOMiar, reel 
type, 130; GE air con- 
dittoner, t75; dark green 
rug, 9 X 13, 18. 434-1597. 

UTILITY BINS - (2) 8' 

with ladder rack; will fit 

>"y •' Pick MP tr uck; 4 

—WOntflSoldriSW; &87.3972. 

40A— OOOO THINOS TO 
■AT 

TIDEWATER'S NEWEST 
— Complete line, frNh 
dally ; open 7 days. Bubba's 
Seafood Market, Lyn- 
^thaven lnlat,444-0Ml. 



FREEZER — 4cu. ft. Chest 
type, used 4 months, $120. 
423-3004. 

FURNITURE — Bedroom, 
paid $450; living room, all 
like new, $300. 435-9443. 

GE WASHER — Like new, 
see to appreciate. $100. 340^ 
1009. 

GOLD Slipcover sofa and 
armchalr-4135. Curtains, 
all Slies, $1S-$35. 421-0518. 

MAYTAG - Matching 
white washer and dryer; 4 
years old, light use. Both 
$200. 857-0703. 

OSTERAAORE AAATTR- 
ESS — Full firm In- 
nersprlfig, used only with 
plastic covering, $50. 857- 
0703. 

MOVING— MUST SELL: 
houseful! of furniture; like 
new; call 9 5 583-3144 or 
after 5, 444-0440. 

REFRIGERATOR 14cu. 
ft. Hotpoint; self 

defrosting; like new 
condition. $100. Call Jay 
Brumbley 484 3430 or 497 
6973. 

REFRIGERATOR — 
Westlnghouse across top 
frseter, good condition. 
$35. 497-5434 after 4 p.m. 

STRATFORDSHIRE 
CHINA Service for 8. $30. 
Call 340 9032. 

TABL E Drop leaf irflnino 



APACHE ROAMER — 
1972, with all extras. Stove, 
refrigerator, porta-potty, 
furance. Sleeps 4. Original 
cost, $2800. 340 9791. 

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AIRSTREAM - 1948 34' 
double, single owner, low 
mileage, extras. $3750. Call 
5t7-04S5. 

CAMPER— 1941 Bus, 
converted motor home, salt 
contalnad, wood paneled, 
carpeted, sleeps 4 adults, 
never used, must saa to 
apprectote, call U3-I397. 

LIFETIME - 1970 33' 
Dodge 413 cubic foot 
engine; air condltkming, 
very good Mndltton, 17,000 
miles. 414-4103. 

LAYTON-13 ft.. Ideal for 
sportsman or small family. 
Extras. Call 437-3373. 



CHEVROLET— 1941 Vt ton 
pick up. Priced to Sail. Call 
Dixie Motors, 1334 N. 
Military Hwg., 8S3-3003. 

CHEVROLET-1949 Vt ton 
pIck-up. 4 cylinder, 
automatic. Call Dixie 
Motors, 1234 N. Military 
Hwy. 8S3-3003. 





Bt— HHOBILi HOMB 

CAPELLA-1972, 45x12, 3 
bedrooms, pay equity and 
bedrooms. Assume 
balance. 499-4703. 



2 bcdfoom, completely 
hunlihed, tnchuUng waahei 
ind diyei , caipeted. Bay 
thUhome now for only 
$300. down. Can Ray 
CailKMi, S53-7457. Deal- 
WUC.079S. 




Couple to live In my home. 
Useof whole house Call W- 
40K. 

VA BEACH — 3 bedroom 
cottage; season or yearly; 
reasonable. 428-6713 after 
13 noon. 



, >■ ji-oppicB. : 

DESK.SPACB 

PRIME OFFICE SPACE 
New space available in 
modern. SUN building at 
138 S. Rosemont Rd. next 
to Expressway. Large and 
small unit for several 
office use, ready for you. 
Call 486 3430. 



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34-A MOVING 
STORAGE 



HAROLDS TRANSFER 

433-4793 or 497-8084 

Mastercharge 



FISH 1 pair Tinfoil 
Barbs; 4 6 IncheS; $15. or 
$8 separate. Also, 1 pair 
Jack Dempsey; 5 inches; 
10. or $6. separate. 499 
3971. 

Golden Retriever Pupa— 4 
wks. old, shrts, ctiampton 
pedigree. AKC registered, 
438-5157. 

GREAT DANE PUPPIES 
— Male, fawn, AKC 
registered, aars croppad; 
$150. or best offer; terms; 
423-5104 

MALTESE CAT — 4 
months old, beautiful and 
affactionata. Needs good 
home. 499-8433. 




35 HOUSE FO 



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BRITTANY ESTATES - 
Southern Points, lake front, 
4 bedrooms. Brick rartch 
340-4174. 

BROMLEY 
WAT ERFRON.T Nice 4 
bedroom, 2 baths, at- 
tached garage, fenced 
backyard, refrigerator, 
stove, wall to wall car 
peting included. Owner. 
8574165 

CARRIAGE HILL-5 
bedroom, Vh bath spilt 
level, attached garage, 
fenced back yard. Car 
peting; on axtra large lot. 
Call Roy Wilkes, 486-1796. 
We trade. Higgins Realty, 
Inc. 4844041. 

ELIZABETH PARK- 
Waterfront, 3 bedrooms, 2 
bath brick ranch; dining 
room, family room, 2 car 
garage. Call Aiw Ctouse, 
340-2047. We trade. Higglns 
Realty, Inc., 484-4041. 

POINT ELIZABETH 
Lively brick ranch on 1 
acre waterfront tot.Dlnlng 
room. Living room, extra 
large kitchen, 3 extra large 
bedrooms, family room 
with fireplace. Vh baths, 
large utility room, 2 car 
garage equipped for boat 
storage. Storm doors and 
windows, electric air filter 
and humidifier. Only 
SU,O0O. for quick sale. Call 
Graceor Joe Robinson. 444- 
4B39. We h-ade. Higglns 
Realty, Inc., 484-4041. 

GOING, GOING, GONE! 
— Sell your home fast wim 
a Son Classlflad AdI Call 
4843433. 

WINDSOR WOODS — Air 
condHiatadl 3 bedroom, 3 
bath ranch, large tomNy 
room, diflbtg room, fonnd 
yard. Call Eilie Talanlan, 
340-1490. We trade. HiggMs 
Re alty. Inc. 4B44B41. 

WINDSOR OAKS — By 
owner. 5 bedroom, 3 baths, 
carpeted, drapes, air 
condlttaner, all appliances, 
den with firaplan, fenced 
yard, screened pordi. July 
occupancy. S43.000. 444- 
44S4. 



Lhasp Apso -^ 4 months. 
AKC Registered, shots and 
wormed, loves children; 
must sell, $135. 434-3738. 



'NORWEIGAN ELK 
HOUND . Male, 

AKC reg., wish to mate. 
Only fee pick of litter. 
Harry Marshall, 425 5518. 

PARAKEETS FOR SALE 
— Fancy strain. HaalWiy 
babies-other types. 497-5181 
or 497-9493. 

PERSIAN — Brown tabby 
male, 4 yveeks; also stud 
service, male sliver. 499- 
1034. 

POODLES — 1 male, 4 
months old; 1 male, 3 years 
old with papers. 499-3143. 

PEKINGEESE — Males, 
female, 8 wks. AKC 
registered, $50. 438-4160. 

Poodle— AKC registered, 1 
year, male, apricot, $135,- ' 
has pedigree. K3-3744. 

POODLE PUPS — AKC 
registered, 8 weeks, 
yyormed, trimmed, paper 
trained sfack males, $65. 
42fr^._* 

PUPPIES — part terrier 8 
wks., 5 females 8, l male, 
cute, good with children, 
medium size. Long & short 
hair. $5. thru $20. Call 427 
3233 ask for Stan. 

PULI PUPPIES— (Hun- 
garian Sheepdogs) AKC 
registere d. 444-0405. 

WIREHAIREO FOX 
TERRIERS - 3 males, 
beautiful. $75. 340-1009. 



■51— LIVESTOCIi 

GOAT-mato, neutered, Vi 
years tM. Call 427 »73. 



55-GARAGE SALE 

YARD SALE — Toys, 
ctottMS, appliances, etc. 
May sm. 3040 Pawlar H^. 
(Carriage Hill) 

YARD SALE— May 4lh and 
Slf«. 917 Carriage Hill Rd. 
Proneds to St. Francis 
Episcopal Church. 

$9 - COINS 4 STAMPS 

Buying and selling sliver 
coins before 1944; Nor- 
view coin Shop. 4313 
Sewells Point Rd., 853 
8118. 



rooff, Duncan Phyfe 428 
9179 

WASHER — Sears lady 
Ksnmore. Good Condition. 
$40.00 499-3015. 

WASHER — Sears lady 
Ksnmore. Good condition. 
$40.00 499 3018. 



MINK COAT — *6 length, 
beautiful lat out skin, 
sunburst designed, size 10- 
14. $300. 484-4454. 



41-A-JSWELRY 4 
WATCHES 

DIAMOND RING — 
Registered, H carat 
Diamond Solitaire with 
wedding band. Yellow gold, 
never bean worn, $145. 484- 
4915. 

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t2-BUIL0IN0 SUPPLH$ 

HOME Builders & Con 
.tractors Let us help you- 
with that new home- 
additions, or repairs. We 
can furnish materials 
from basement to attic 
and aid you In financing. 
Phone KELLAM & 
EATON 427 3200. 

41— MU8ICA1. IMtTRWMJNw' 

SNARE DRUM Red 
sparkle, needs heads, 
otherwise in excellent 
shape. Good for a beginner. 
-$10. Dial 427^1787^ 




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Circle's 65x12 Special, 
$4995, terms $100 down 
cash or trade, Early 
American 3 bedrooms. 
-S»v»~at-Cffcfr Trailer 
SalH, open 9 to 9. 

Circle's Double Wide 3 Day 
Salt. $9395. Save at Circle 
Trailer Sales, open 9 to 9 at 
Circle. 

LASALLE— 70x13, only 
SS995 unfurnished. Save at 
Circle Trailer Sales, open 9 
to 9, dial 853-3953. 



ISO— AUTOMOilUS 



AVENGER Handmade 
custom fiberfab body, 
turbo-charged Corvalr 
powered, VW frame. 1 of a 
kind. Call KIrt, 484-3430, 
ext. 34. 

AUSTIN AMERICA - 
1971, excellent condition, 
low mileage, AM-FM 
radto, $1195, 497-8841. 

AUSTON HEALEY — 1944 
Sprite, real sharp. Call 587- 
1913. 

BUiCK — 1970 LeSabre, air 
condlttoned, full power; Kit 
Owens, 4443394; 440-1177. 

CADILLAC - W7 family 
owned, Sedan DeVllle; full 
power equipment, cruise 
control, AM-FM Stereo; 
14,000 miles, factory air 
conditioned, $5,875; 428- 
4353. 

CADILLAC — 1947 sedan 
Oevllle; navy blue, ex- 
cellent condition, toaded, 
JiUM. 433=414l^™-_.-.===^ 



«i--BAPIO«TV-mRBO 

COMBINATION — 25' 
Color TV, Stereo, AM-FM 
radio. Console. $235. 438- 
1519. 



HOME ENTERTAIN- 
MENT UNIT— RCA. Color 
TV, AM-FM, Stereo- 
phonograph , very good 
condition. $300. 414-4654. 



LOOKING FOR Low cost 
vacation home, Hcond 
home, week-end tetreat or 
lentsl unit, etc. Wehsve 
20 used mobflc homes, Call 
Leonard at 853-7457. 
Deeln Lk. 079& 



STEREO Teat A 1200 U 
Reel to Reel, 9 mos. old; 
two stereo echo chjinnels 
with microphones. Was 
-4349, now $195. 4649231 
after 6 p.m. 

STEREO - portable 
Airline, 10 yrs. old. Plays 
well, good sound, good 
condition. 2 detachable 
speakers, only $10. 
Pleace call 548-4834 aftar 
4:00 p.m. anytime 
weekegds. 

TELEVISION— Black and 
white 23" console. Zanicth. 
Works beautifully. 484-4583. 



REPOSSESSlON-4 left, 
"No Cash Down," cash or 
terms, we trade. Save at 
Circle Trailer Sales, 881 N. 
Military Hgwy. across 
from Military Circle 
Shopping Center, open 9 to 
9. 

STYLE A*AR-Save today, 
$5495, unfurnished, only 
$100 cash down; terms or 
trade. Save et Circle 
Trailer Sales, dial 853-2952, 
open 9 to 9. 



VALfAMT-i4W 

Honeymoon Special 
3-bedioom, front Utchen, 
ftimithed, caipeted. Why 
p^ lent when $300. down 
will buy you tftit home. 
Call Bob Myer, 853-7457. 
J||>tato Be 079& 



JOIN IN THE FUN! 

FREE 

MXJLTORGMI 
CUSSES 

Evtiy Tuesday Evening, 7:30 

STUDIOS 
49^3766 

248 Jersey Ave. 
Va.Bescli(Nea»GEX) 



TV'S — 21" Sylvania 
portable, like new, $190; 
23" Olympla console, $150. 
464-4053. 




VILLA GE AAANOR— 1»73. 
$9650. something 
EXECUTIVE special. 
Ultra Different. Save at 
Circle Trailer Sales, open 9 
to 9, dial 853-2952. 

VIRGlNIAN-1970, 50x12, 3 
bedrooms, furnished, 
washer, dryer, on tot. Call 
499 3387. 



CAPRI 1971 Ford Capri, 
3000 CC engine. Brown 
with white interior. Best 
offer. Cell 499 1845. 

CHARGER-1968, 440 
maglnum; 4speed, power- 
brakes-steering, white 
letter tires, black vinyl top, 
excellent condition. 497- 
4555. 

CHEVROLET — 1965 
Beialre. Automatic, clean, 
economical, dependable. 
AAaka oHer. 484-5394. 

CHEVROLET — 1971 
Caprice, new tires, loaded. 
$2850. 583 8349. 

CORVETTE- 1971 Coupe; 
garage kept; with every 
option available; best 
oHer. 543 7991. 

COMET - 1967 Cyclone 
390, 4 speed, new tires and 
'tew engine, tape deck. 
Excellent condition. 8S7- 
4165. 

DATSUN — 1971, 1200, 
green, 14,700 miles, ex- 
cellent condition, $1400; 
423-2243 

Dune Buggy — A- 1 
Volkswagon engine, 
convertible, like new 587- 
0253. 

FORD— 1972 LTD 
Broughham, Must 
Sacrifice, $3450, very low 
mileage, private owner. 
499-1557. 

Ford— 1970 LTO, 4-door, 
air conditioned, power 
brakes, power steering, 
stereo, $1500. 588-2540. 



FORD — LTD 1948, 8 
cylinder, 2 door, one owner, 
being transferred. $400. 
497-4704. 



FORD — 1967 Country 
Squire, new shocks, tires, 
full air condltkming, 390 cu. 
In. $1495 firm. 489-2299 after 
5. 



FORD — 1944 Falrlane, 289 
cu. In. engine. 4-door, 
excellent condition. $500. 
855-5545. 

FORD — 1970 LTD 
Brougham, hardtop, power 
seats, steering, and 
brakes; AM FM Stereo, 
Rear dafogger; $3000 Dr 
best offer. 499 0403. 

Lincoln Contlnantal-1947, 
All power factory air; tow 
mileage, very clean. $1375. 
340-4089. 



MERCURY - 1943, Station 
wagon, air conditioned, 
fully equipped, $375 or best 
offer. 484-4580. 



MUSTANC.1965 coupe, 
automatic, 6 cy., bucket 
seats, fire engine red. $435. 
5886329. 

OLDSMOBILE - 1972 
Cutlass S; super equipped; 
call 464-6414 or 484-1387. 



PLYMOUTH — 1972 
Scamp, fully equipped, alr- 
conditloned, p erfect 
esiamon mmrmmT 

p.m. 



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PLYMOUTH - 1972 
Duster, 4-cyllnder, straight 
drive, AM-FM radio, new 
tires, $1450. 583-8349. 

PONTIAC 1948 OTO 

green with gold vinyl top, 
excellent condition, 4 speed 
hurst shifter; 39,000 
original miles. Call 340 
5509. 

PONTIAC — 1970 Bon- 
neville, 4-door hardtop; all 
options, like new, 428-9274. 

PONTIAC — 1970 Lemans 
sport. Automatic, full air 
and power. 4971117 after 4 
p.m. 

RAMBLER— Rebel SST, 
'48, Good condition, one 
owner, $895. 340-4083. 

THUNBERBIRD— 1970; 
extra clean; excellent 
condition; full power; 
quick sale; $3750; call 449- 



volkswagen— 1970, Bus, 
beige, excellent condition, 
WW owner; 497-6339. 

VOLKSWAGON — 1970, 
extra-clean, air-conditi- 
oned; Priced to sell. Call 
Dixie AAotors-1226 N. 
Military Hwy. 853-2002. 

VOLKSWAGON — 1967 
Squareback; excellent 
condition; extras; 424-9514. 



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VOLKSWAGEN — 
Squareback 1970, $1750 
firm. 449-2399 after 5. 





ANflbUES — and any old 
furniture 

CASH CASH-CASH 
6224182 

Boston Bull Terrier, 
Female. 437-3841. ** 

BOSTON BULL TERRIER 
— female, papers ridf 
necessary. 427-2841. 



TOP(»SH 

Md lot used mbbic homes. 
CsUXsckst 

855-2510 

Va.Uc.0599. 



«4— bwiCI SQUIPMSNT 

DICTATING MACHINES 
. one set of two. "DIct-A 
phone". Excellent con 
ditlWl. 4649395, 4289179. 

Interested in telephone 
answering equipment for 
office or car' Call 497 
6411. 

<7— MOUStHOLD 6000$ 

AIR gONOlTlONERS — 
(2) 5 ton unlH, (1) 3 ton 
unit. 4234480, 9 to 4. 

AIR CONDITIONERS — 
8,500 BTU, $135. 14,000 
BTU, $150. RCA color 25" 
T.V. $150. 428-0518. 

Air Conditioner-Norga 4000 
BTU; room size; $130. 853- 
1033. 

4 Antique Hepple White 
(^Irs; drop leaf tabia and 
oltier furniture. 430-7930. 

CHERRY KING SIZE 
headboard; upholstered 
back; portable televiston 
stand. 434-0874. 

CHINA — Straffordshlra, 
service for 8, wrtilte 
background with a tight 
Mue delicate pattern. $30. 
340-9033 evenings. 

DISHWASHER — Lady 
Kenmore, with chopping 
block. Good condltton, $100. 
444-3783. 

DOUBLE BED - Mat- 
trass, box wrings, ntatai 
frame, brand new, muat 
sell. 4K-5440. 

FURNACE — air ease 300 

thousand BTU oil counter 
flew with 150 galton tank. 
428-9154. 



PRIVATE PARTY desires 
to buy 1967-1969 Ford 
Falcon, 583-8138. 

TRAIN COLLECTION — 
will pay top price for your 
trains. Any condltton. 545- 
6242. 

Wanted, Indian motorcycle 
in any conditkjn; 857-6545. 



88-A FOR RENT 

FOR RENT 3 bedroom 
mobile Home, 1 )i^' baths, 
completely furnished inc. 
washer and air cond. 38 mi. 
South of Norfolk. $115 per 
mo. Couple w children 
under 6 preferred, no pets. 
Call 919 453 3232 after 5 30 




to— MOTORCYCI 




Tidewater Dinner Theatre 



ANY NIGHT THIS WEEK 



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ANTIQUE JCHERRY 
"l*BLE - Dr^stoaf , $250. 
425-3929, after 4 p.m. 

DESK — Oak, roll top with 
swivel chair to match. 853- 
7819. 



BATES LEATHERS — 
(pants) Routh-Out. Never 
worn. $50. Atoto-Cross full 
bore boots, size 11, never 
worn, $50. 484-3537 after 5 
p.m. % 

Honda— 1973 CB 350-four, 
300 miles, ust sell; $1190, 
435^8443. 



' HONDA - '72, 500, 3,400 

BI— BOATJ. MA BIMi tUPPLlB "ill", oold, all stock. 

— — ^^— — — ^— - $1,200. Dial 423-0910 after 7 

p.m. 



Cris Carft— Consteliatkxi, 
28; twin engines; excailant 
condltton; 587-7884. 

HOUSEBOAT — rent or 
sato. Navy landing craft, 
no po w er, 3 rooms, toilet, 
comfortabia, live aboard. 
Call 397-0010 or 484-5425. 

GAS 4. DIESEL IM- 
PROVER — NO. 503.. For 
more gas mileage and less 
maintenance; tor auto or 
boat anginas. Phone 497- 
0578. 

Sailboat— Moblack, 17' 
with traHar; $1000. 855^ 
3103, tti-1744. 

SCUBA GEAR — 3 sets, 
excellent condition, wed 
once; call 453-3395. 



Troian— 35' excellent 
condltlwi, many extras. 
853-3347, 5474305. 



HONDA-1973, 350, ex 
ccllent condltton, VSHd. 484- 
MIO. 

HONDA — 1971, SL 135, like 
new, 3,000 miles, $350. 430- 
9044. 

YAAMkHA — 1973 XS3-450, 
only 440 miles, like new, 
must sell. $1095. 4974447. 

YAMAHA 1971, DT 1 

1375. Dial 464 0875 aHer 6 

p.m. 

92— AUTO ACCISS., RIPAIU 

Complete sat L 4015 with 
deep Mt rtma, fit '71, '73. 
'73 Owvrotet pick-up or 
BlaZM^, $175. 484-3043. 

Four M^iaels and tires from 
194S Mustang, ^od con- 
dition. $40. Call 444-3340. 



THRU SUNDAY 

We had so much fun with our Udies sp4ci4l<s 
l4st waak that w«'re doing it 4g4in 4II wook 
long. You folks obviously know a bsrgain 
when you see it. Take us up on this offer 
4nd we'lf tnake it possible for you to see 
every play and big musical we do this yeer 
4t even greater savings than you get this 
week! '^ 

*You muit bring this Ad with you 

JAY HUGUELY 

(Don Quixote in "Man of La Mancha" 





"Tha Tidawatw Dinnar 
Thtitn T»m»iru a 9as- 
tronomk (flight, the 
price of th$ whol0 worth 
the maaiaJona." 



TOM LAUOHLIN 
Ladgw-^ar 



ON THE BUFFET 

Caesar Salad 

Roast Prime Top 

Sirloin of Beef 

Seafood 

Baked Stuffod 

Pasta Mllanalia 

Ass't. Vagat«]les 4i Salads 

C'««^s 

BaKad Alaska 



RaiBrvitions 460-0933 
6270 Nortfwmfyton HinL 



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7,000 Summer jobs 
youth program goal 



GROUNDBREAlCINQ CEREMONIES- TaniiBg «v«> tbc IrailtlMal Oral 
Awti of gTMiatflor Uraian'i new bnneli office neir WltcMoek Roed tft 
(frMM left) Frank R. Sptdea. vieepreeideiit. ulei: Wlllltm W. Priteliett. vice 
prMMcRt. taivruce: and Lawrence A. Saaeilto. preeidMit. 

L^ASAN OPENSNEW OFFICE 



The NatieMl Alliance of 
Butineeemen bei aet 7,000 
nunmer Jotw ai Iti goal for 
needy yeutlie In Tidewatw 
for Itrs, according to 
Richard Kline, preiident of 
the Vii«inia Beach Chamber 
(rf Commerce. 

Included in forking 
toward the goal are the Work 
■ Incentive Program, Con- 
centrated Employment 
Prograin, the Southeaetem 
Tidewater Opportunity 
Program, the Chambers of 
Connmer^e ef ttie irea and 
the\Virginia Em|rioyment 
doffloiiidoti. ' 

Klhieadded that the goaia 
of the 1*71 dHve are to 
enabkr needy yw^ to gala 
work; exj^enca, to.eeeura 



income to help Mipport th^ 
famlliea and to learn about 
basic job requirement in 
area business and indtotry. 

The Jobs will be suj^died 
by flrmi and corporations 
throughout Tidewater who 
idedge to proviite a cmlain 
number of summer Jobs ler 
disadvantage young men 
and women. 

Kline has calted for a 
teamwork effort betweea 
local industry, educational 
programs by arM schools 
and the mass media and the 
National Alliance of 
Bittinessmen — JOBS read* 
ineas by his office to 
provide Uie needed Jobs and 
bring needy youths to 
available Jot». 



;' Larasan Realty Cor- 
;: fSU&aii will open a neW 
-:Mifeatial aales branch 
^ difflial 100 Mac Street neer 
': miiWuck Road to expand 
'.• Larwan's total real estate 
:' service to Tidewater 
: rssmnts. 

■: ^^rhe official ground- 
■ brieaiking cownoniM were 
: ;SeUWednesday.April3S.at 

: HAMMAKER 
HEADS 

''mSURANCE 
MVISIONAT 
PEMBROKE 

W. Kbt Hammaker has 
baan. named manage- in 
ehifrie of the insurance 
diviiion of the Virginia 
Bea«h office cf Pembroke 
Itaalfy A Insiaranee Agenc^, 
Inc., tvkdiard E. Ollvieri, 
pr e siden t announced. 

Hynmaka* was formerly 
maha^ of the Fire and 
Caadalty Insurance 
Oiiartment of Pembroke 
Realty. His newly created 
position puts him in dnirge 
of the Life and Health In- 
aurance Departments as 

weu.^; 

A monber of tlw Shrine, 
Masonic ami Scottish Rites 
bodies. Hammaker is 
prerident of Chapter lo of 
the Reserve Officers 
AsaSCiation of the U.S. 
Am^. 

Htminaker resides at 
Witeh Duck Pdnt, Viitiinia 
Beach with his wife and 
three sora. 




UPAiTMiNT 
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APARTMENTS 

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in TM^SfPflSI AMI on 

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9 a.m. with Prank R. 
Spadea, vice president, 
salea; William W.Prilchett, 
vice |»esident, insurance: 
and Lawraice A. Sancilio, 
president, participating. 

Oscar Northern and 
Associsles are ardiltects 
for the new building. 
Galloway Corporation will 
serve as general contractor 
with Langley, McDonald 
and Overman, civil 
enitineers. Financing is by 
Life Federal Savings and 
Loan. 

The buiUUng will be a two- 
story . contemporary 
masonry, wood ami gktts 
structure with ap- 



proximately 4(,7U. square 
feet of space and paritink 
spar 'for 3S • cars, 
Seht. .aled complelion is, 
October J. : i i«. i 
' tf ^ill hduse » J^ts, 
two secrislaries, ah 
assistant aales inanfiger 
and a salea mani^tt;. 
Larasan will also opttale a 
pre-license and technical 
training school for real 
estate saleapeople in the 
new building, which will 
have a SO-student 
clauroom. 

Leo Winters will be ules 
manager. He will move tw 
present operation from Mil 
Cleveland Street to the new 
building. 



Dr, Wallace honored 



Austin Gore has been 
aeHcled by (he Linaaa 
drgan^tion ar "General 
Manager" of their 
residential brokerage 
fl|>«aiidn. Th^ appolBlmeni 
earri^ the responsiU^ty of 
supervision (if 40 personnel 
whose sales adiievemei]ils 
repreeenls oyer 30 million 
dollari vohnrte aniually. 
Among hb Allies will be the 
planning, organizing, 
directing, budgeiing and 
control of (he brokerage 
operation nf ihe Larasan 
Organialion, as well as 
recruiting, training, 
selecting, organizing, 
directing, and evaluating ail 
personnel within his 
deparlmenl. 

Mr Gore is a graduate of 
the University of North 
Carolina will) a b.A. degree 
in Buainass Adminisiraiioa 
He served in ihe United 
Slates Wawwith the Navy 



Materials Tranqxrtation 
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Reach Hopefuls in the State Women's Bewltaig Sally Warwick: (ataading. left to right) Cella Rlf^ 
Tournament. More than 850 teams are compettag ta Betty Rhier. and AIke Hnghea. 
the largest women's tourney ever held In Virginia. 



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became a member nf ihe 
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Gore is the father of four 
children and married lo the 
former Eleanor M. 
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PltM'i lUady TrefeliicB dean Ike ciwiter. He took second 

^ace In the meet. 

Bayside jFi^wins 
Beach track title 



The Beyridi Junior Hifli 
School tro^ end field team 
nailed down their lecond 
straight regular season 
league championship 



Thursday by dsfeating Flau 
8«-tf . Baysids htdds eariier 
wins ovor Virginia Beach Bi- 
ll and Kempsyille 19^. 
With one meet left to gs, 



which wiU not affect their 
sMson diampionship dain), 
it qipears that Bayside wiU 
be undefeated for the second 
consecutive year. ^ 



Kellam finishes 2nd in 
men's gymnastics meet 



KflUam finldwd second in 
the teu'Sdiool Bastem 
Sectional Men's Gymnastics 
Most at Kellam ngh School 
Saturday. Richmond's 
Ibnchester Iflgh Scbod took 
first, outpointing Kellam 

Kampsville finished fourth 
with a.ll pokits, mlBsfaig 
third pfawe by Just Jl hun- 
dredths of a pdnt Bayside 
plaosd fifth with W.n pofaits. 
and First Colonial flnlAed 
stath wMh a IMS point total. 

The most qualified » boys 
tor the SUte Meet in 
Yorktown this Saturday. Ihe 
lop five fiaislisn hi each 
tvt iwn b erths to ths SUte 

Sevm Virginia Beach 
gynsasts won file trip to 
Yorktown High School 
Saturday. They are BiU 
B(dtee of IteUam, Ned 
lUMa of Fbfit CeioBial. 
Bobby mutmofo of Kailam. 
BUI Haadley of first 
CMoBlal,ONgCasilsbiiryof 
KMppivflle, Dan Nolaa ef 
XompsvlUe, and Mark 
StkMoa of KeOam. 

K^am's Mark Stlnson 

Mid rmt ootaiai's Bin 

BMiiy flMad to t«B of the 
evwts. Stteaoe toisbed 
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•ad foeoBd la Vaulting, 
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Boiling (M) S.5; 5. Caudle 
(GW) S.4. 

FLOOR EXERCISE • I. 
Patterson (Ken) 7.25; a. 
Tokan (M) I.5S; S. BolUng 
(M) S.1; 4. Wlllard (M) 8.8; 
8. GREG CASTLEBURY 
(KEMPSVUJLE ) 8.88. 

PARALLEL BARS • 1. 
Token (M) 5.4; 8. BolUng 
(M) 5.0; 8. White (S) 2.9; 4. 
BILL HANDLEY (FIRST 
COLONIAL) 2.8; 8. DAN 
NOLAN (KBMPBVILLS) 
J.8. 

VAULTING - 1. Takers 
(M) 8.88; 2. MARK STIN- 
SON (KELLAM) 7.78; 8. 



White (8)7.7; 4. Willard(M) 
and Boiling (M) 7.55 (Ue). 

BEST ALL-AROUND • 1. 
Ttikan (M) 5.53; 2. BolUng 
(M) 4.86; 3. Wttlard (M) 
3.96; 4. MARK STINSON 
(KELLAM) 3.70; 5. White 
(S) 3.65. 

TEAM SCORES - 1. 
Manchester 91.63; 2. 
KELLAM 68.70; 3. 
Southampton 63.40; 4. 
KEMPSVILLE 6349; 8. 
BAYSIDE 99.82; 6. FIRST 
COLONIAL 56.23; 7. Ken' 
nedy of RlchmMid 16.78; 8. 
George Wythe 7.28; 9. 
Turner Ashby 6.68; 10. 
Buffalo Gap 6.60. 



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Danny Freeman of Bayside won the 440, finlsMng ahead of 
the pack by about ten feet. . 



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Bayside completely 
domtaiated evoy irieet this 
season, Against Plaza 
Ihursday, Bayside toolt ten 
firste, n i n e s e cond e r wd 



seven thirds. Plaza won 
three firsts, four seconds, 
and four thirds. 

The City Junior High 
School Tournament wiU be 
held on May 16th and I7th at 
Bayside Junior High. The 
tournament will alKF 
determine a champion, and 
k hwks as though Bayside 
iriU probably add this trophy 
to their showcase as weU. 

Results for the Bayside- 
Plaza meet foUow: 



ISO low hurdlM- 



- 1. 

Larry Williams (B) 23.0; 
2. Dally (B); 3. Trtftthen 
(P). 

lOO-yard daih l. 

Bary AAoslcy (B) 10.6; 2. 
Robinson (B); 3. Snaed 

aSO 1. Vamon Britt 

(B) 2.12; 2. Rllty (B); 3. 
Button (B). 

_li) relay 1. Bayside 

ih.1 (Team members 
were Jerry Motley, 
Dennis !^eed. James 
Brokman, and ButcK 
Robinson); 2. Plaza. 

Broad lump 1 . Jerry 

Mosley (B) 1^; 2. Sneed 
(B); 3. Robinson (B). 



440 



- 1. Danny 
(B) 56.1; 2. 



Freeman 

Luna (P); 3. Barber (B) 

220 1. Jerry Motley 

(B)23.6;2.Carten(B);3. 
Jfhomas (P). 

Mile 1. Schmidt (Wf 

4:47.6; 2. Tollion (B); 3. 
Taylor (P). 

Pole vault 1. Oreo 

Harrington (B) IC?"; 2. 
Trefett)an(P);3.Wilburn 
(B). 

Mile relay i. 

Bayside 4:03 (Team 
members were Danny 
Freeman, Larry 
Williams, Buddy Gatton, 
and Vernon Britt); 2, 
Plau. 

High lump 1. Harry 

Williams (B) S'6"> 2. 
Dally (B); 3. Riley (B). 

Shot 1. Gene Elfrd 

(P) 4S'S"; 2. Shoemake 
(B); 3. Skipper (P). 

Discus 1. Gene 

Elfrd (P) UVWi 2. 
Mastrangell (B); 3. 
Robinson (B). 




EIGE JUMP: 



Terry Dally of Bayside ftolshes second 
with a Jump of S'2". 



Rec. League 
volleyball Standings 
W 
Stewart Co. N 

Womble 77 



SHOTPUT: 



Gene Elfrd (rf Plasa tossed the round ball 
farther than anyone else in the meet and won with hla 
48'5" heave. 



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(kttWifii SdMol vffl hold 
Iti dannl Sports Banqagt 
W i #ndty May ith. Hw 
•vil^ and diaaw 
e«r«|ioiiy will bagia at 7 
pjn^ia tt« Cox nfataria. 

AH Kaati, WAVY aporta 
aa^mcar will aarve aa 
mafu <tf ecaramooiaa. He 
wiU ;3iititkhice ttie scfaoid'a. 
ooat^, win will praant 
latUg^ and awarda in aadi of 
tin f^fan qmta. 

S|M|itial awarda will be 
praMMad to ttia moat Qui- 
ataiJHling Senior in each 
•polK. Also the Bill 
Mcl^arland Memorial 
Aw^, the Walter N. CarroU 
Best; Ail-Around Senior 
AUin^e Award, and tlie Most 
Imifroved Senior Athlete 
Aw4Pd will be given. 

AipadalhighUght of the 
eveiffeg will be the first 
prettbtation of ttie Davis 
Ma^irdl Memorial Award to 
the :• Most Outstanding 
Defensive Linemen in 
Virginia Beach. David 
Mai^^ waa a drfensiva 
linaqian at Princess Anne 
I^ll(3chool, and the award 
was ;t established by his 
pararits fai memory of David, 
who was killed in action in 
Kor^. 

SMtay Randle, head 
footbMl coach at East 

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Carolina Univw^, will be 
the featured speaker. A 



number (rf local athletea play 
enhiateaifl.~ 



little League will 
have festive opener 



Opening day ceremonies 
for the Arag(»a-PanlHt>ke 
Utile League will take 
place Saturday morning, 
May Sth. Highlighting the 
day's fastiviUes wiU be a 
parade and the first game of 
theseas(N\, 

Hie parade wiU begin at 11 
a.m. at the coma- of Wit- 
diduck Road and Aragona 
Boulevard. The line of 
march . will take the 
parade down Aragona 
Bouleva'rd to the Minor 
Leaguf fidd on DeLaura 
lane. 



The game will begin at 2 
p.m. whoi Commander Jotm 
Fellowes throws out the flrst 
ball. Fellowes is the one of 
the Vietnam War P.O.W.'s 
that recently returned. 

Otho- guests at tiie game 
will include Congressman 
Bill Whitehurst, WAVY's 
Ronda Glenn and John 
Wilson, and their families. 
Ctown Ronald McDonald ia 
also expected to make an 
appearance. 

The game will be broad- 
cast over station 
WPHM, 1010 00 the dial. 



C0Qpnusskm 
m^ Wed. 

T^ Vii^inia Beadi Paiin 
and':ftBiareation Commiaakn ^ 
will-Md tbehr next mooth^ 
me«$h« on Wednesday, May 
9tti..OpentothepubUc, the 
meaping wiU be hdd in the 
Qty Council Chambov at i 



0|)U Sports 
Banquet set 
foe May 14di 

Tl^ 10th Annual old 
Donibiion Univo^ty Spots 
Baniiuet will take place 
MoaHay, May I4th. 
MenI and women par- 
tidphting in intercoUegiali 
cora^etitioo on 14 differoit 
teama will be honored at the 





P.A. wins City, 
season golf titles 



Princeas Anne wra|>ped iqp 
die 1973 regular seaaon golf 
championship last Thivsday 
in' a four-way match at Red 
Wing Lake Golf Courae. Ilie 
Cavalier golfvs turned in 
cards totaling 290 atrokes. 



far ahead of Ba^ide, 343, 
Cox. 344, and Norview, 412. 
The wins gave Ihrincess 
Anne a pofect 1(H) record in 
the Eastern District. The 
Cavaliers are 23-0 overall for 
the season. 



Chris Paphites 
picks Guilford 



FIRST BLUE MARLIN OF THE SEASON. Rhae 
Adams (right) land^ this 147-pound blue marlin off 
Hatteras on April 21st. Dare County efficialsr\laiffl 
that it was not only the first blue marlin of the season, 
but also the first of this species of billfish ever taken 
with a rod and reel so early in the season. Skipper 
Spurgeon Stowe (left) was at the helm of Adams' boat 
when the marlin was hooked in the Gulf Stream off 
Hatteras. 



One of Virginia Beach's 
most exciting wide receivers 
ever has si^wd a grant-in- 
aid at Guilford College. Chris 
Paphites, a two year let- 
terman at First Colonial 
High School, made the 
choice last week. 



Though considered small 
by some college recruiters at 
5*10" and 170 pounds, 
Paphites thrilled local fans 
with catch-afto'-catch. More 
than once, Pai^itea brought 
the fans to their feet by 
making a reception while 



streaking full-speed down 
the sidelines. If the ball was 
anywhere near Paphitea, he 
could usually find the han- 
dle. 

In his two year careo- oa 
the First Colonial varsity, he 
grabbed 39 passes for 783 
yards and three touchdowns. 
He was hcmored by selection 
to the SUN All-aty Football 
Team for two straight years. 



Medalirt for Tliursday's 
|day was I%il Stewart. The 
Cavalier duffer turned hi the 
be^ card of the day, a 70. 

Three other gidfm acani 
in the seventies. All were 
from Princess Anne. Curtis 
^ange shot a 71, Richard 
Tucker a 73, and Alan 
Strange a 76. 

Kempsville finished 
second in the Eastern 
District, their <mly kiss of the 
year being to Princeas Anne. 
Kellam k»t to Kempaville 
and Princess Anne, flnMiing 
third. 

Eastern District final 
standings for jhe Beach 
schools ari~lis follows: 
Princess Anne 104, Kemps- 
ville 9-1, Kdlam 8-2, First 
(Colonial 7-3, Baysi3e 4^, uid 
Cox 3-7. 

The Eastern District 
Championship Tournament 
will be held on Friday, May 
4th, at Eagle Havoi Golf 
Course. The course is located 
on the Ampbibu»us Base, and 
play will begin at 7 a.m. The 
State Championship Tour- 
nament will be held at Lake 
Wright Golf Course on May 
21st and 22nd. 




THE TEDDY PENZOLD CUF STAYS IN VIRGINIA 
BEACH. Jeanne McLan^lin (left) presents tiie cup to 
Beverly Land, captain of the winning Princess Anne 
team this year. Mrs. McLaughlin was captain of the 
Virginia Beach team that won the cop last year. 



Schelestlc twarda as well 
as ^^^4*** commendatioos, 
raatfkig ftwn nnat valuable 
iriayi^ bonvs tor each ODU 
taudttfa aeooDd-team All 
American cortiflcate, will be 
pws^ted. 

Ti<^Ms or the event are Ml 
sale .'in the ODU Athletic 
Offii^. Ilie coat ia I3.B0 per 
persdn, and the public Is 
invited to attend. 

The sports banquet will be 
hdd;in the Wdib Student 
Center of the ODU campus. 

Tim Gunn is 
on Dean's List 

Tim Gunn, a former 
Virghiia Beach track Mar, 
has been named to the winto- 
quartfr Dean's List for 
seb(dirtic adiievement at 
BerrjPCcyiege. ^ 

Guifo, son of Ifr. and Mrs. 
Yale Gunn, 2365 S. Wolfsnare 
Qrive, is a freshman at 
Bany.,He is a graduate of 
Oox HiglL^cbQol 



Princess Anne 
wins tennis cup 



The Princeas Anne team 
wim the 1972-73 IMewater 
Teddy Penzold Ladies 
League title last wedc. Ilie 
win kqpt the loving cup in 
Virginia Beach another 
year, since the Virginia 
Beadi team captahied by 
Jeanne McLaugMin wm the 
event last year. 

Beverly Land was captain 
of the winning Princess Anne 
team. Team members were 
Brenda Draper, Punkin 
Schara, Enid Clarke. Carol 
Walters, Ruth L^um, and 
Terry Broecker. 

The Lea^ was formed by 
Mary Goldbog to honor 
Teddy Pensold, v^o was a 
well-known tennis per- 
sonality and umpire in the 
Tidewater area years ago. 
The Lngue consists (rf six 
teams, with seven members 
Ml eadi team. 

The League season is 
divided into two parts. One 
half of the competition is in 



the Fall, aAd the second half 
is in the Spring. A League 
tournament ends the season 
play. 

Team captains are Adel 
Williams, Fergus Reid; 
Terry Griffin, Lakewood; 
Jeanne McLaughlin, First 
Colonial; Sugie Harrison, 
Larchmont; Jerry Miller, 
Seapoint; and Beverly Land, 
Princess Anne. 

Tournament winners are 
as follows: 

Flight One: Sugie 
Harrison defeated Suzie 
Hatdier 6-3, 6-7, 6-2. 

Flight Two: Edie White 
defeated June Farmer 5-7, 6- 
1,6^. 

Flight Three: Danny 
Hellig defeated Eleanor 
&odgrass 6-4, 6-3. 

Flight Four : Carol Walters 
defeated Shu Stmck 6-7, 6-3, 
7-6. 

Flight Five: Jackie 
Etherid^e defeated Winnie 
Paterson 6-4, 6-0. 



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wil' ifa it tip witli an 

tilmiiei 139 amateur 
gelfen' from tliroughout 
Vlrginia^on May Utb at Red 
Whig L^ Golf Conrsa in the 
SMond Annual Redakins 
Remember Lombardi 
CharttY G<^ Tournament. 

Eda^sd G. Coa^ fmrmcr 
NFL iOl-Pro (ram Norfolk, 
acnrtaig M piMi^ Ara^er 
vl the ive^, ^d more tlm 
half die spots open to 
anataor gdkn have haen 
fined, iod MteatioBS point 
to a e^actty fMd wdl in 
advance af ttie Satutlay 
tomwnaBt data Amateur 
golfera from throughout 
VirgloSa, including Rlch- 
aMd,: Roanoke and tlie 
trMt«r Washin^M area 
urva iiaady sMared Oie 

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has been set by the onn- 
mittee. 

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hiipd^ts a fuU weekoid of 
activities which begins 
Friday, May Uth with a 
dinner at the Shiimate's 
Reataunmt in the ocean&tmi 
Ramada Irni, followed by a 
dance A the ^rgioia Beadi 

An eatimated 4S6 cmqilea 
will attoid die dance, wUdi 
will fMtiare (hawii^ for 
door priasa, te^i^ a five- 
day Babamira avtae kr 
two. Mrs. Ma^ L^bartU 
wfll be the gam ct honor. 
Aboat mo couples have 
already pui^aMd tick^ to 
die affair, Mr. Cbol» noted. 

I^wtaig fw ReMdaa WiU 
atoo be Md at the duKe, 
whm eac^ of the jiar- 
tlci^rtkng proa is pafaed with 
a poop si l^am amatetB* 
f^en. Tte feurannea wiU 
taetM ojmmaBciag at t a.m. 
ft^ffday mor^^. 

Saturday at l:M p.m. 
laB ew ^ CMBpetitiiw play, a 



cocktail party will t>e held 
for players and wives. 
Trophies and awante will be 
presmited at that time. 
Wedcend festiviti^ c(mclude 
Saturday evening with a 6:30 
p.m. dinner at the Ramada. 

Mr. CodK said proceecte 
frmn three sources, aU <rf 
which are tax detectible. 
wiU be tuned ova- to the 
Lombardi research cento-. 
Tickea fM- the gdf wittag, 
hicludfaig tiie cocktail party 
followil^; are ISO. tlck^ ftur 
the dance Friday evoiing 
are ta^ per coiq^. 

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country cMm, and from 
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Begin to prune spring 
floworing dmibs. Hiis in- 
cludes forsythia. flowering 
quince, flowering almond, 
the spireas, and the early 
blooming azaleas. These 
shrubs get th«r bMuty from 
their flowing limbs and 
branches. DO NOT PRUNE 
THEM TO A BOX OR 
SPECIFIC SHAPE. This 
spoils their beauty. Go down 
deep into the burti and take 
out entire sectimis, if the 
(dant is too thick. Then 
carefully trim the outer 
limbs, leaving the buah in its 
natural flowing state. Do it 
now - for the spring 
flowering durubs set next 
year's buds during the next 
few critical months. If you 
haven't fed the bu^, place 
one-half to one cup of a 
special dinib fertilizer or 
Nmro Plant Food Pellets 
around eadi rae. 

Carefully put about one 
quarter cup of a bulb fer- 
tilizer around your peonies, 
glads that have come up, or 
other spring flowering bull» 
(or bigger, more cok>rful 
blooms in another month or 
so. 

Plant dahlias, and put 
some bone meal in the soil 
under the bulb, or mix 
carefully into the soil you 
re|dace over the bulb. Make 
sure you have stakes to 
support your dahlias. 
Daylillies can also be 
planted now.... and despite 
the way many people look 
down on this plant, thereare 
new varieties that will give 
you color all summer, with 
blooms galore. 

Spray your lawn for 
weeds. The temperatures 
are about right now. Do it 
before the weeds get any 
stronger hold. Remember 
that for chickweed, you may 
have to spray more than 
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Virginia Beach lawns' worst 
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SECTION B-PAGE 3-THE SUN-THURSDAY, MAY 3. 1973 



Plant a tree to help the environment 



ByJ.R.8TIFFLER 

Arbor Day was cddArated 
lift wedi - and altbou^ 
there was no local 
eddbratk» - It was • good 
rantaidar that today we need 
more trees idanted than ever 
before. Artm* Day bcgu in 
1172 in Nrtraska. msm called 
the tree iduting state. 

Our air is poisoned more 
eadi day. Trees freshen the 
air nattraUy. It takes ap- 
proximatdy 20 mature trees 
to clean ttie air of carbon 
dioxide renilting firom every 
auto or truck consumfaig 5 
gaUons of gasoline. About 20 
more trees are needed to 
remove the carbon dioxide 
pnxhiced by the average 
home oil burner. Most im- 
portant. It takes at least one 
mature tree to remove the 

carbcm dk>xjdf||^'l>>l*(l <lBUy 
by eadi liv^^pwaon. The 
total number of trees 
required per person to 
remove our civilization's 
current carbon dioxide 
production is estimated to be 
78 trees! That's an amazing 
total of 312 trees for every 
average American family of 
4. So you can see that 
everyone needs to plant 
trees. 

Trees are also nature's air 
conditioners. The average 
suburbanite can expect 
summer heat reductwns up 
to 20 per cent in those areas 
where trees have grown to 
mature size. 

So let's plant trees this 
week. Here are some ways to 
do it: 

1. Select your variety 
carefully. One that will grow 
well in this area. Some 900 
species have been found 
north of the Mexican border 
in the U.S. Rather than list 
them all, visit your local 
nursery garden center and 
get their recommendations. 
If you're living on a treeless 
lot, ask your nurseryman for 
a fast-growing variety. 

2. Select a good tree. It 
should be big enough to 
escape the lawn mower but 
not taller than 8-10 feet 
unless a professional plants 
it. ^ 

3. A balled root tree is a 
safer investment than a 
bare-root one. Remember 
that the diameter of the 
trunk is a better indication of 
quality than the height. A 4 
foot tree with a half-inch 
diameter WQidd be preferred 
over a 7 fo^tree with one- 
fourth-inch diameter. 



Flower 
show set 

TTie Tidewater Chapter of 
the American Rhododendron 
Society will sponsor its 
fourtii Rhododendron Show 
at Uie Norfolk Botanical 
Gardens on Ma]^12 and May 
13. 

Entries will be received at 
the Rotunda Buildbig at the 
Botanical Gardots from 8 to 
10 a.m. on Saturday, May 12, 
for classification and 
display, with judging from 10 
to noon. 

TYie show will th«i be open 
for the public, admission 
free, from 2 to 5 p.m. 
Saturday, May 12, and from 
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, 
May 13. All rhododendron 
entiiusiasts are invited to 
enter the show, and mem- 
bers of the Tidewater 
Chapter of the ARS will be 
presoit during the show to 
answer any questimis abotA 
the culture of rhododendrons 
in this area. 



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4. Choose a good location. 
It should be far em>ugh from 
your house that at maturity, 
the tree wni't hang over the 
house. Avoid planting under 
^Bctric qr tdle|4ione lines. 
Do not set directly over 
water, gas or sewer lines. 

5. Dig a hole wider than 
seems necessary so the roots 
can spread without 
crowding. But do not dig it 
(jteeper. S^ the tree in a hole 
at the same level it was in 
the OMitainer or was set in 
the nursery. 

6. Refill the hole with part 
of the soil you removed, plus 
peat moss. Mix them about 
50-50. Pack firmly with your 
heel and water well. 

7. To support a young tree. 



one stake on an angle is 
econ6mical and efficient. 
Secure the stake to the tree 
with soft plastic or ck>th. 

8. Wrap the trunk with 
burlap or cloth strips 
available from your gardoi 
center to protect your young 
tree from sunburn, rabbits, 
lawn mowers and other 
hazards. 

9. Water your tree 
generously every week or 10 
days the first year. This fall, 
fertilize it well with a special 
tree fertilizer. 

10. Pnme back all limbs as 
soon as you've planted by at 
least one-third. This may 
seem cruel, but it gives the 
roots the chance to readjust 
that they need to grow you 







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PLANT A TREE this weekend. After about six weeks, 
begin to spray it regularly with a special sfM-ayer 
designed to reach heights such as this. Or use a 
professional spray service regularly. Whichever you 

choose, more trees are needed to co<ri and clean HMt air 
— so do your part by planting one'or more. 




ppings 

FROM THE GARDENER'S DESK 



CONGRATULA-nONS TO HAYGOOD HALLS. That 
complex is the most attractive apartment-townhouse area 
we've seen, the way it's been planted and maintained. Sure 
makes a lot prettier place to live in than many around the 

Beach also the ladies of the Aragona Garden Club should 

be congratulated for the way they've fixed up the center strip 
of Aragona Blvd., as it leaves Virginia Beach Blvd. Bulbs and 
crepe myrtle combine to really improve the looks of that 
entrance... the city of Virginia Beach, although still not 
having cleaned the vines out of the plants on Northampton 
Blvd., has done a good job of cleaning up the median strips 
and mulching trees and shrubs, which is worthy of 

noting I won't try predicting the weather again, for 

those rains on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday last week 

eliminated the need tor watenng your lawn Gerberas 

have beoi the subject of this column recently. I'm happy to 
report my two are now creeping through... which means 
they've survived our winters here in Tidewater. Be sure to 
try one or two.. .you'll like them. So far as we know, only 
GIBBS NURSERY has them... from BILL 
WELLS, the sage of Kempsville at Bryant 
Hardware, comes this story, "This man-he 
couldn't have been a gardener-was undoubtedly the 
world's grouchiest man in the morning. His wife accused him 
of it and he admitted it. To illustrate, one morning when 
asked what he would like for breakfast, the grouch requested 
one fried egg and one scrambled egg. His wife, eager to 
please. prq>ared both eggs and served them to her un- 
pleasant spouse. When he saw his breakfast plate, he looked 
up and without blinking, said to her, "you scrambled the 
wrong egg." That's enough for this week JRS 



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the beautiful tree you want. 

11. B^in to s(H>ay your 
tree every six weeks about 
June 1; and tho-eafter at 
regular intervals, to |»esent 
prevent insect and disease 
damage. 

12. The final step is to put 
protective mulch such as 
wood chips, pine neetOes or 
pine bark around the base of 
the tree after the water has 
soaked in. Plant one or more 
trees this weekoid. Iliere is 
a great variety available 
from the garden colters 
listeid on this page. We need 



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Anned Forces Day Parade set 




Tht Virginia Beach 
ChMBbar of Commerce wiD 
tkM ita largeit and moat 
Hfirifleaat Anned Porcaa 
Day Parade in ita litatory on 
Miqr M on Atlantic Avenue 
Aran 10th Street Weat to Slat 
atraat (Uikin Road). 

Aeeordtaig to Richard H. 
Kline, president of the 
diamber, ttie parade will be 
dedicated to the recently 
ralauad iffiaonon of war to 
the 8oi^ Hampton Roada 
Area, bvitations have been 
ant to 14 POWS. 
; In addition the Chambera 
id Commerce of four South 

High 

school 

awards 

r. KonpiviUe High School 

&diatingui8hed itaelf by 
I dMwen as having the 
all around Navy Junior 
rve Officer Training 
unit in the Virgtaiia 
1 sdMwl system. 
! The achievement earned 

SnpaviUe High the Captain 
n Award competed for 
ually by schools qion- 
matiBt NJROTC fngriUM. 
Thty iadude Bayaide, Cox, 
/irat Colonial, KeUam. 
Kampaville and Pri'nceaf 
y^ne hi^ sdMMls. 
I Hie award, which wi)l be 
Resented during the 
JNJROTC dance Friday 
nlfht. April 27, was 
llbapeeially notable tit 
Kampaville High staice thia 
Iwaa ttie first year the sdiool 
sponsored the program. 
• Cox High School was 
'^lamed as having the beat 
.^riU team among high scfaod 
NJROTC units. This was alfo 
IOm first year Cox entered, 
faito the program. 

Thia also marked UprilMt 
year female studoitrtiweiv 
admitted to the . prqirtdl- 
(•Praaantly there are SBOfomi 
jadiea enrolled J9 the 
Virginia Beach NJROTC 
'unlta. 

;_ The American Legion also 
presented individual out^ 
standing academic and 
military awards to cadeta (tf 
each of the competing 
schoolB. 

Tbeae awards went re- 
spectively to Jack Wright 
and James Ritzy, Cox; Davfal 
'.Bundrick and Timothy 
fSaaon, Princess Anne; Rita 
'Brewer and Kevin 
JCorriasey, Kemplville; 
iGeorge Connel and Dayid 
Harrell, First Colonial, 
James Hammond and 
iRobert Ridiards, Bayside; 
'and Dale Cowssens and 
.Uwia Tefft, Kellam. 



Hamptoo Roada eltiaa will 
oo4ioat a luncheoa boooring 
the POWa and their ladiea 
immadiately after the 
parade M appnodmatriy l 
p.m. the ^emoM of May 19. 

The lundwon will be held 
at the Oceana Club on 
iUlantic Avenue and will be 
hosted by Chesapeake, 
Norfolk, Portamouth and 
VirgInU Beach. 

More Qm 100 military 
mardiing units and banda, 
high school bands, drill 
teamd and floats will 
comiMlse the parade. Grand 



llnrriiall wQl be Admiral 
John 8. McCain, U8N Rat. A 
ravlewfa^ atud will be lA 
SSth Street and Atlantic 
Avemia. 

Among tin faivlted guests 
hi the four dtiaa will be the 
mayors, city managers, 
chamber of commerce 
praahknta, executive vice- 
prealdanta and the diamber 
armed aervlcea committee 
diairmen. In addltkm, hi- 
vitatkms have been extended 
to oommantUng officers of 
all major serviM commanda 
in the Tidewater area. 




Wins 



CTAnS WINNER - Betty Craile tfaplays the trophy 
and eertlflente she won In the State Vocational In- 
dnatiial Clnha of America SfcUb Oljfmplcs. 



Eigbteen-yearH>ld BeUy 
Oedle has becmne ihe fbrst 
student at the new Vbiinia 
Beach Vocational Education 
Center to win a state award 
in the anmial Vocational 
Industrial Clubs Of ^nerica 
acill Olympica. 

She won first place for 
commercial art work at the 
recent competition in 
Roanoke. By winnh^ the 
atate award, she also earned 
the right to represent 
Virginia Beach at the 
national VICA Skill Olym- 
I»c8 in Tulsa in June. 



Hie atate VICA amird 
MBMOBttelMdnefaaM^ 
aaier bonora^eW Credb 
taa won atnoe the atart of the 

sdMol year. In quaUf]^ 
for the atate eonteat, aba won 
the ifiatrict competition for 
all the south Hampton Roada 
achooia. PHor to that, she 
won the regional and atate 
safety poater contesU 
sponaored by the Kni^ia of 
Pythiaa. received an 
Honorable Mentkn award hi 
the "Keep Virginia Green" 
poater eonteat sponaored by 
the Vh^tada Foreat Com- 



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ud Mrs. Leonard A. > 
Dinger of Pembroke 
MaMT. won the tUle of 
"Mlaa Raider" laat 
Saturday night at 
Bayalde Junior High 
Sdiool. The contest waa 
speaam^ by the schotrt'a 
lMMat«r club. 

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volunteers 

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ierata of America, h'aa 
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Residents voice 
disapproval of 

parkway plans 

Armed with the support of 175 
residents and a IS^je rep<»t, Dr. 
EUswOTth H. Plump tdd City CouikU 
Monday to halt the construetion of 
the proposed Old Donation Parlcway. 

Dr. Plump, represoiting King's 
Grant Community League and the 
Lynnhaven-Little Neck Civic 
League, Inc. asked the Council to 
Hap tlie construction of the highway 
throu^ their residential areas. Old 
Dmiation Parkway is planned by City 
officials to relieve the traffic 
congestion on Virgihia Beach 
Boulevard and become a major east* 
west artery in the city. 

The i»*oposed ninety-foot wide 
divided hi^way will extend from 
Bonney's Corner via Kempsville and 
JKitchduck^ Roads, Pembr 



TTTETTon 



Boulevard, King's Grant, Newcastle, 
Little Neck and Inlynnview Roads to 
end near the General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach on First Colonial 
Road. 

The residents of the area claim 
there is no need for Old Donation 
Parkway and view it as a deficit to 
their neighborhoods and the city. The 
joint civic leagues' 13-page report, 
\Kliich was passed unamiously by 413 
homeowno's cites a possible increase 
in traffic and safe^ problems, ad- 
verse effects on the ecology, and a 
loss of. property values to the 
surrounding homeowners. 

"The incursion of 'Old Donation 
Parkway' through our communities, 
and those others that lie in its path, 
would result in a general degradation 
of property values to the detriment of 

e. property^ owners," according to 
^e report presented to CouncQ 
Monday. 

"To most of the residents ot" tnis 
area, their homesite investment 
represents the culmination of 
lifetime efforts to provide their 
families with truly secure and 
comfortable surrouncUngs. A ninety 
foot divided arterial roadway would 
virtusdly sidit the community in two. 
whilst destroying it;s peace and 
harmony." The homes in the two 
communities are generally valued 
> at $30,000 to $50,000. 

"If ever erected, the bridges 
themselves (when in use)... would 
pour torth a steady cascade of 
rubber, exhaust fumes, noise and de- 
icing chemicals polluting... Lyn- 
nhaven and ending forever the quiet 
beauty of those areas of the Bay so 
insulted." 

"The committee doubts that 
fabraction of the necessary bridge 
supports and landfill api^roaches, 
with their resultant effects on the 
existing wetlands and tidal flow of 
the Inlets involved, would meet the 
approval of those agencies charged 
with the evalution of these factors." 




City Council told people 
ignored in CZO revisions 



AN OVERFLOW CROWD was on hand 
during Monday's City Council meeting to 
^qress their views on the proposed Old 
Donation Parkway, and the Planning 



Commission's revisions of the proposed 
Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance. (Sun 
photo by Kirt Babuder) 



By LE8 LEHIGH 
Sun Staff Writer 

City Council was told 
Monday the desires of the 
people and the talents of 
the Planning Department 
were Ignored in the latest 
drafting of the proposed 
Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance. 

The charges were 
contained in criticism of 
26 of the Planning 
Commission's amend- 
ments to the fourth 
revision of the recom- 
mended text of the CZO, 
as the material was 
presented^to Qty CouncU^ 
during a three hour 
puldic hearing. 

Reese Smith, Vice 
President of Little Neck 
Civic League, said, "We 
want you to plan our city, 



not just zone it. Zoning is 
just a part of planning. 

"You have a planning 
staff," Smith continued, 
"W« believe these people 
can make a significant 
contribution to the City's 
future, if you will just let 
them." 

One of the strongest 
critic^ms of the Planning 

Commlsrions Insbtence 
of revTsing the proposed 
CZO text and ac- 
companying maps was 
voiced by Sam Houstm 
St., PrMidMit, Council of 
Civic Organizations. 
Houston said, "We have a 
Planning Department 
-"Staff. "They've tried to 
bring innovations to city 
planning, and many have 
been knocked out." 

Sam Houston, Jr., 
echoed ttiis feeling of lack 
of regard for the Plan- 



ning Department's 
recommendations for 
orderly development of 
the city. He referred to 
the department's Initial 
work of over a year ago in 
creating a basis for the 
CZO. Houston charged 
that the Department's 
"...land use and density 
studies have been 
ignored." 

Houston added that 
under present provisions 
of the CZO, "Conditional 
use permits would allow 
uses in some areas which 
were never before 
allowed." 

Provisions of the CZO's 
h^^^^Ustrict regulations 
came under strong attack 
from lawyers and 
developers. Attorney A. 
J. Coffman warned, "the 
lack of proper density 

(Conflnutd on Pag9 5) 



20% real estate . 

tax cut is passed 

by Beach Council 

Even though City Council passed a 
more than twenty per cent real estate 
tax cut for the seven bouroughs, m(»t 
residents will still p^y a slightly higher 
tax bill this year. 

The Council also extended the 
4eacBi»e^loF real-«state tax payments 
from June 10 to June 20. Real-estate 
tax payments will still be due in June 
and December and are computed on 60 
per cent of the fair market value of the 
property. Both ordinances will go^ 
before City Council again for a second 
reading and final passage. 

The average citizen will have about a 
four per cent increase in his tax bill.due 
to the recently completed property 

reappraisals. Property values rose 
more than 42.5 per cent due to the 
reappraii^als. This allowed the City 
Managers office to ask for the decrease 
in the total tax rate for 1973. 

The largest drop in the city's total 
tax rate is in the Beach borough, where 
the rate drops from $2.55 to $1.70. The 
average drop in the tax rate was in the 
heavily pi^idated areas where the rate 
dropped from $2.15 to $1.60. 

Personal property taxes will remain 
the same this year. The property will 
be taxed at a rate of $6 per $100 of the 
assessed value. The assessed value of 
the prq)erty remains unchanged at 35 
per cent of the fair market value. 



At Planning Commission hearing 



Residents block three zoning changes 



By DONNA HENDRICK 

Sun Staff Writer 

Residents of various areas of the 
city successfully blocked three 
applications for zoning changes in 
their areas and won a partial 
victory in another zoning matter 
heard at the Planning Commission 
meeting TtH»<?t^3v-. ____„ 

Chesapeake Beach residents 
voiced opposition to a change of 
zoning from residence surburban 
to multiply family for property on 
the comer of Bay View Avenue and 
Lauderdale Avenue near Chubb 
Lake. 

Dick C. Harris applied for the 
zoning change to build multifamily 
housing on Block 21 of Chesapeake 
Park. Residents successfully 
opposed the change, citing traffic 
congestion, inadequete sewage and 
pollution of Chubb Lake. 

In another .zoning matter, 
residents of Trantwood Shores, 
Brittany Estates and Southern 
Points opposed the application of 
Trant-Berkshire Development 
Corp. for a change of zoning from 
rural evidence to residence 
suburban for two different parcels 
of land at the intersection of 
Inlynnview Road and Five Points 
Road. 

Lake Smith Terrace and 
Thoroughgood Estates residents 
opposed the application of W. W. 
Oliver Jr. for a change of zoning 



from rural residence to limited 
commercial on Independence 
Blvd. across from Paul Revere 
Road. 

The owner stated that he would 
build a low elevation medical- 
professional building on the 
property . The Lake Smith Terrace 
^Clvic League opposed the move 
and introduced a petition with 420 
signatures. The Thoroughgood 
Civic League also opposed the 
zoning change. 

Cape Henry Shores residents and 
the Lynnhaven Inlet Area Civic 
League opposed the application of 
William T. and Vivian C. Mason, 
William and Jean Hoffler, John W. 
and Bemice King and Cromwell C. 
and Kathryn R. Douglas for a 
change of zoning from residence 
duplex to multiple family for 
property north of Shore Drive 
between Calvert and Kendall 
Streets. 

The owners also applied for a use 
permit to build a 135-unit con- 
dominium on the site. 

Residents were partially suc- 
cessful in their opposition to the 
project. The zoning change and 
use permit applications were 
approved by the commission, but 
the number of wfits allowed was 
reduced from the requested 135 to 
85. 

APPROVED 

+ A use permit for Virginia 
Electric and Power Ccmipany to 



expand an existing power sub- 
station near S. Lynnhaven Road 
and Ansol Lane in Lynnhaven and 
Princess Anne Boroughs. 

+ Owen Pickett for a change of 
zoning from residence suburban to 
limited commercial to consbruct an 
office building near Lynnhaven 
Industrial Park in Lynnhaven 
Borou^. 

-f- Evelyn R. Bowen for a change 
of zoning from multi-family to 
limited commercial for a florist 
shop near Wolfsnare and First 
Colonial Roads in Lynnhaven 
Borou^. 

+ Three bicycle rental stands on 
the resort strip in Virginia Beach 
Borou^. 

+ The aty of Virginia Beach, 
Parks and Recreation, to construct 
two four-acre parks, one near 
Tidewater Christian School, DaviL 
Corner, Bayside Borough, and the 
other near Creeds Ahrfield in 
Pungo Burough 

-f- A change oi zoning from 
residence suburban to general 
commercial for J. E. Jones for 
property near Arrowhead Plaza 
Shopping Center in Kempsville 
Borough. — — tt:-; '— 

-I- Herbert L. Zook for a use 
permit to build a child day care 
center near Great Neck and Poplar, 
Point Roads in Lynnhaven 
Borough. 



DENIED 

4- Carroll F. and Josephine D. 
Danforth for a change of zoning 
from residence suburban to 
resi(tence duplex in the Croaton 
Beach area of Lynnhaven Borough. 

+ A change of zoning from 
agricultural district to^ 
agricultural with a motel-tourist 
and restaurant supplement and a 
use permit for Louis C. and 
Virginia W. James to build a 900- 
unit motel, heliport and landing 
strip in the False Cape Area near 
the Virginia-North Carolina state 
line in Pungo Borough. 

+ Alton E. Turner for a change 

^>f^ zoning from agricultural 

restricted to residence duplex for 

property near Princess Anne and 

Malbon Roads in Pungo Borough. 

-I- Crown Central Petroleum 
Corp. for a change of zoning from 
retail to general business and a use 
permit to build a gas station near 
Holly and Laskin Roads in Virginia 
Beach Borough. 

•f Ashton H. Pully for a change 
of zoning from motel-hote} to retail 
business for his property at 
Atlantic Avenue and 20th Street on 
the resort strip \n Virginia Beach . 
Borou^. 

+ Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Bern- 
hardt for a use permit to stable 
horses on their property near 
Elbow and Indian River Roads in 
Kempsville Borough. 



Nb cackling, lio eggs 
from these 89 chickens 



By HELEN CRIST 
Sun Staff Writer 

OUie Treschow doesn't mind one bit 
living in the same house with 89 
diickens. 

There they are...nesting comfortably 
on shelves, on Ubles, in every room of 
the house — even behind the glass door 
of a VictOTian clock from which the face 
has bera removed. 

Tliey're not the barnyard variety, of 
comrw. They're the rare and el^ant 
antique chickens that OUie's ac- 
cumulated in 30 years of collecting. 

Has she ever thought of selling tbem? 

"Oh my no," Ollie said. "They become 
a |Mrt (rf yai. But if I ever wait brirftt, I 
^ gue» I w^^." 

We stopped by to see Ollie (real 
name's Olympia) at her dark-red 
shingled house with the white shutters at 
S504 Attanttc Ave. 

Ho- Ini^Mnd, Kenneth, retirml after 45 
years with the Engineer Society of 
Western Pennsylvania, waa dutdiing 
their two brown Yorkshire terriers, one 
under each arm. The dogs s^ up a 
terrific yap-yap at the unexpected 
visitor. 

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asked. 

We did, and it was pleasant to feel the 
charm of the house: the pale green 
carpeting and walls, the choice antique 
furniture, the distinctive touches that 
make a house a home ...and most of all, 
the rare collection of chickens. "How did 
you ever start this?" we asked. 

"How did you ever start this?" we 
asked. 

"It was in '42 when we lived in Pitt- 
sburgh- Ken and I were invited to the 
home of the state geologist in 
MiH^antown, W. Va. 

"As I walked into the house, before me 
in two ctq>boards were nothing but 
chickms. I locked up at a ledge in the 
dining room, and it was solid with 
chickeia too. 

"I decidai rif^t then to start my own 
collectim. (ta the way home, I stopped at 
tt)e first antique shop on the road, went 
in and bou^t a i»'ecious china forget- 
me-ix}t hen." 

Now she has such unusual pieces as 
the very rare cobalt blue, cami^or 
glass, English Stafforshire, purple, 
y^ow ttid blue s1im(. Parian wear with a 
dull flniiib. and milk ^ass with blue, 
•nlw and white head. 




THIS COBALT BLUE hen Is Mn. Treschow't favorite (1 
Helen Crist) 



They're primarily of the early 1800's 

era. 

"In those days," Ollie said, "mother 
may have used them on the table for 
Initter or jam, and sometimes she even 
med them as a bank to keep her money 

in." 

"Are tlwiy difficult to clean?" 

"Alx)ut twice a year, I put towels in a 
sink and wash them by hand." 

"Ever break any?" 

"Yes, and it Just makes me sick when I 

do." 
Others have been imiTMsed by her 
coilectiMi. For instance, in a copy erf 
Ant^un Jmirnal there was an ardclc 



describir^ the hen collection of Mrs. 
...Richard Marr, Birmingham, 
Mic^^. 

Onie wrote to her, as me collectcMr to 
another. 

When she read that Ollie had the un- 
precedented numl)er of 2B h«is, Mrs. 
Marr made a trip to the Beach to see 
them. 

Ollie said," She was absolutely 
flat4)ergas^." 

Because the antique (^ck«i is a rare 
item, she hasn't added to he- coUecticm 
in three ytan. But she's turned to 
another form of coDectiai - she has II 
mt»ic boxM. 



Daniel stock portfolio ~ 
lists 23 corporations 

BySONJAHILLGREN 

Sim Washington Bureau 

WASHINGTON-Rep. Robert W. Daniel Jr. has 

reports stock ownership worth $5,000 or more in 23 

corporations, according to a public statement all 

congressmoi must file. 

Daniel also reported ownership of Brandon Plan- 
tation, one of Virginia's largest agricultural en- 
teriM-ises, in his statement to the House Committee on 
.Standard! of Official Conduct. 

In his statement, Daniel reported that late last 
December he gave up direct control of his stocks by 
placing them in trust with Merchants National Bank in 
Richm(Nid. 

He listed stock owner^ip in Continental Corp., 
Vii^inia Real Estate Investment Trist, General 
Motors Corp., Union Carbide, Continental Can Co., 
General Electric Co., Square D. Co., National 
Distillers k Chemical Co., Rockwell Manufacturing 
Co., Itenmcott O^per Corp., Exxon Corp. , Mobile OU 
Corp., Shell Canada Ltd., and Shell Oil Co. 

Also listed were Standard Oil of Calif., Texaco Inc., 
R.J. Reynolds Industries, Virginia Electric & Power 
Co., CoMolidated Natural Gas Co., American 
Td^hone & Tele^tiph Co., Chesapeake & (%io 
Railway, Richmond, Fr^^dcsburg & PotomM 
Railroad, and Smitti«n Railway. 

Iten^ also rqxxted a cafitMi gain of ^.000 «■ nMxre 
frmn sate of breeAig stock at Brandm Plantatei, 
and debts of $10,000 or more to First k Mat:hnts 
Natleaal Bank, to lydunood mtA the SouOride 
Vto^ria PreAKttoa CnM AoodatloB. 



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COMMENT 

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Was health overlooked? 



A recent investigation into the 
matter of sewage disposal by the 
Vir^St'BeifSh Sun clearly showed 
the hiiilt^ o^ the residents of the 
resortjcity;iitwell as those visiting 
the r^on, has been endangered. 
Tliis resulted from a combination of 
the lack of treatment facilities in 
some- ar^s and improper 
saf^i&rds it other facilities. 

On| can not help but ask why 
sewage disposal a"nd treatment 
probl§ns in Virginia Beach were 
permitted to reach the point they 
have yithout preventive measures 
being^taken earlier. 

Officials have clearly stated that 
unbe^hy cjiiiinditions have existed 
for ;;<5ie ti.ne in a number of areas 
as *^i^:^i^^ ^ overloading septic 
♦ar(ks;:x)r HJcreasing demands on 
Vthem Suiting in their failure. 

TTicnSeatack area is a typical 
^xan^e of imsanitary conditions 
result&ig from extended septic tank 
usua^ It is true plans have been 
iinveiJ^d to. iastall sewa ge lines, 
aMii#'ng"w^t!nn:^tral sewerage 
treatnSent facility, in this area m the 
near fiiw;^>^owever, why was this 

delayed J6r^ long? 

When the question of the 
necessity for such facilities in 
-Seateck was discussed with the 
Oty*s Public Health Department, one 
offida! said the lack of such 
fadMties resulted in unsanitary 
conditions in Seatack "...for at least 
*> .?3ar«. They shouldn't wait any 




Icmger, it should have been done 
yesterday." 

A number of Seatack residents 
say while they wanted central 
sewerage treatment in their area it 
was not obtainable due to prc^erty 
owners refusing to commit them- 
selves to the cost involved. This was 
substantiated by city officials. 
Residents WOTidered why action coul^, 
not have been taken to make this 
type property improvement man- 
datory. 

An example of the lack of proper 
safeguards was the banning of the 
use of shellfish taken from water in 
the Black Cove area, as the result of 
pollution from the breakdown of a 
sewerage treatment facility. 

In Ms case the breakdown in- 
volved equipment operated by the 
City of Virginia Beach. Again the 
question of how such a conditi<Hi was 
permitted to develop? 

Presently, joint plans by the City 
of Virginia Beach and the Hampton 
Koads^anitation WstritH-Com- 
mission call for alleviating a 
majority of these problems. 
However, indiciations are a major 
portion of these projects will not be 
completed until 1980, at the earliest. 
This raises another question. How 
will sewage disposal problems, 
certain to increase with the con- 
tinuing development of more regions 
bringingmore people into the city, be 
solved'^ 



i<edskins fighf a killer 



'of the ppcond straight year, the 
1^ i^tgion Rt I'skins will t^ off for 
, "te Virginia Beach. Footbaft 
S competetiiig on the fairway 
/iiof the gridiron was an idea ^ 
fitrwt 'insurance man Edward K. 
Pflilli^s 

"Wllips tumed his idea into a 
fUTrtl falsing event for the Cancer 
$oc; ^ty a year ago . Although last year 

was o3arely better than break-even, 
thf! l(fea caught fire with the Red- 

>^.fny of the first -year bugs have 
.. froned out for the second time 
around. At least 53 members of the 
Redskin family will be in town this 
weekend to give the Cancer Crusade 
coffere replenishmait. 

Cancer is an expensive 
o^ofeition. '^e nation's second 
-c^: killer comes in stealth, in- 






r- <,he 

--jjj.y.^iBik.uii. from h<.*se vic- 
ious cells.* 

TTie nation is now waging an 

...cuje fight against this dreaded 

killer. Millions of dollars are being 

spent to find-.a cure and a means of 

IK-evehtion. Millions of more dollars 

i^Jaiy be needed in the years to come. 

One of tW| most intaise figures in 

I the wOTld of 'sports was killed by 

I cancer. A • cure had not been 

I developed in.time to help Vincent T. 

■ Lombardi. Unfortunately, a cure 

I will not be found in time to prevent 

ptthe untimely! death of millions of 

r others. 



Even in death, Lombardi is still 
fighting. The magic of the Lombardi 
name tea been lent to Phillips' idea 
in the hopes that the money raised 
will be used to find a cure so that life 
will not be snatched from others. 

Although the man himself cannot 
be here, his spirit will. Those that he 
led on the football field of battle will 
be here in his name. They will be 
coming to Virginia Beach at their 
own expense to help cancer while 
honoring their former leader. 

Hiis is the kind of action that 
Lombardi inspired. Lombardi 
demanded that every player give his 
all on the field. Even though he has 
left the world of the living in body, 
his spirit and inspiration has not. 

Over half a hundred Redskins are 
spending thousands of dollars by 
making a trip to Virginia Beach this 
wciekend. Lot us join as a com- 
mun»ty and t>^m\k them for 
niaiLng t'^'Mr ba< r*vp. in time and 
raorifj.'Our way ») saying tlianks is 
to attend the dance in the Dome 
Friday night and the golf tour- 
nament Saturday, showing them 
that Virginia Beach, also, wants to 
lick cancer. For those who cannot 
attend, the least we can do i| send a 
check. 

Those of us who never had the 
great fortune to meet Vincent T. 
Lombardi may still owe him a great 
debt in times yet to come. We may 
be fortunate enough to not die an 
early death, because the efforts of 
tiiose inspired by him raised dollars 
to find the cure. 



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Managing Editor 

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Standing atop Rudee Inlet Bridge, and 
focusing a camera through the 
protective pine trees at the side of the 
bridge, the camera catches a young 



The Other side of the beach 



couple and th^r son hurrying to fhid a 
warm' spot on the sand, while hi the 

background, fishing boats stand 
berthed at the Marina. This is the side of 



the resort city tKat perhaps a tourlit 
doesn't see, as he sons and iwlms and, 
plays In the powerftf surf along the 
oceanfront. (Sun Photo by Hden Crist) 



Watergate owners are happy 



By NEAL BRITTON SIMS 
Sun Editor 

WASHINGTON - In every 
newspaper mention of the 
break-in at Democratic National 
Committee headquarters, the 
owners of Watergate read dollar 
signs. Where Uie name of the 
game is prestige and profit, 
Watergate appears to be win- 
ning going away 

The latest cash-in for the 
namesake of the infamous 
bugging scandal takes the form 
of a quarter-page advertisement 
which appeared in four widely- 
circulated newspapers. 

"Don't be bugged with the 
commonplace!" exhorts the ad 
which appeared in The New 
York Times, The Washington 
Post, The Wall Street Journal 
and The Washington Star-News. 

The Watergate is looking for 
tenants to lease the entire sixth 
floor, which was vacated April 
15 by the Democratic National 
Committee. As the ad promises, 
"You surely won't have to ex- 
plain where you are." 

Watergate's developers are 
extravagant and proud of it, so 
they hope to turn their locations' 
notoriety into profit. 
H L ee E l se t f. vice-president of 
real estate for Watergate Im- 
provements, Inc., says the 



bugging incident has been a 
tremendous plus from a 
business standpoint. He intends 
to utilize the present publicity in 
leasing the sixth floor, wliich 
rents for $140,000 a year. 

Already Watergate and the 
Howard Johnson Hotel (where 
spies observed Democratic 
headquarters from across the 
street) are pinpointed on an oil 
company map of Washington as 
a tpurist attraction. Tour buses 
st^ between the buildings while 
guides point out these 
memorials to political 
espionage. 

The Watergate complex 
coiuists of six tniildings, in- 
cluding offices, cooperative 
apartments and a hotel. The $77 
million development sites on ten 
landscaped acr^ n^xt to the 
Potomac River. 

According to Elsen, 
Washington's prestigious ad- 
dress "almost has a quorum of 
Congressmen living here." 
Included in his list are Sens. • 
Alan Cranston (D-Calif.). Jacob 
Javits ( R-N. Y. ) and Robert Dole 
(R-Kan.). Also in residence at 
Watergate are Roy Ash, director 
of tte Office of Management and 
Budget, and Maurice Stans, 
chairman of the Finance 
Committee to Re-elect the 
President. '^ 



When Martha and John 
Mitchell moved to New York, 
Sen. Russell Long (D-La.) 
moved into Uieir Watergate 
apartment. Vice-president and 
Mrs. Agnew tried to rent a place 
there, but Elsen sent them to the 
Sheraton-Park, saying it was 
just too much trouble with all 
the security that W<Mdd be 
required. 

You can get a 99-year lease <» 
a two-bedroom, unfurnished 
apartment for $90,000. A small, 
single in the Watergate Hotel is 
only $30 a day, but a suite can 
run as high as $200 a day, "the 
most expensive in Washington," 
according to Elsen. 

Elsen concedes that 
Watergate has lost some 
business because oi the bug^g 
episode but asserts, "We have 
as secure a comi^ex as any 
could be." Nevertheless, Elsen 
believes the Democrats would 
not have moved out and more 
RepubUcan dignitaries would 
have moved in if the incident 
had never occurred. 

Even though he is a 
"proclaimed RepubUcan," 
Elsen has no r^rets profit-wise. 
"Watergate has acquired a 
charisma similar to what the 
Kennedy family has," he says. 
(The John F. Kennedy Center 
for the Performing Arts is 



across the st£eet from 
Watergate.) 

The pride in success — and la 
excess — is evidait throu^xHit 
Watergate. "Ju^ leave your 
coat (» the couch," Elsen tdb a 
waiting guest. "If It's lost, well 
reimburse you. We're rich 
here." 

A former |36«-wed( rq>orter 
for the Dow-defuct New Ywk 
HaraU-TribuBe, Elsen notes, 
"Like any good journalist, I 
wmt hito advert&dng." Now 
eropbqred by the largest real 
estate development 
organization hi Europe, the 
partet company of Watergat«, 
Elsen created the new 
"buggtaig" advertising scheme. 

In adStion to the newquper 
ads, Els«i sent out 1,000 lettm 
to leadhig bushMssmen Mround 
the U.S. offerhig them the 
"battay-eharging atmospdiore" 
of Watergate. Included with the 
letter is a bug (insect variety) 
tiedaq}. 

Some think the campaign is an 
attempt to turn adverse 
publicity into good advertising. 
But as sasen tells his clients, 
"There is nothing <» the rental 
market comparable to 
Watergate. And this we 
promise; we have taken all the 
bugs out." 



How Congress voted in Washington 



BySONJAHILLGREN 
Sun Washington Bureau 

WASHINGTON - 
Here's hoW area Mem- 
bers of Congress were 
recorded on major roll 
call votes between April 
30 and May 4. 

HOUSE: Adopted, 267 
for the 115 against, 
conference report on 
legislation to extend for 
one year President 
Nixon's authority to 
unp(»e wage and price 
c(Mitrols. 

Without adoption of the 
conference report, the 
existing control auttiority 
would have expired at 
midnight on the day of the 
vote. 

Some supporters, who 
earlier tried to enact 
stricter controls than the 
Presietent seems willing 
to imp(»e, said pric^ 
m^t skyrocket if the 
auttiority were allowed to 
expire. 

Other sui^rters said 
the Pr^ident should have 
the powo- to impose any 
necessary controls 
because the executive 
Ix-anch is better suited 
than Coi^ress for that 
task. 

* Oppfxmits said that by 
not imposing stricter 
controls the Congress 



was abdicating its 
responsibility. They said 
the President's present 
voluntary controls aren't 
holding down the worst 
inflation since the 
Korean War. 

Other opponents said 
that reserve wage and 
price authority goes too 
far in interfering with a 
free market economy. 

Reps. G. William 
Whitehurst, R Norfolk, 
and Robert W. Daniel Jr., 
R-Spring Grove, voted 
for. 

Passed, 229*for and 171 
against, bill requiring 
Senate cwifirmation of 
the director and deputy 
directs erf the Offlce of 
Management and Budget. 
The bill requires 
retroactive confirmation 
of 0MB Director Roy L. 
Ash and his deputy 
Frederick V. M^. It 
addresses the con- 
stiUitional uncertainty 
posed by retroactive 
confirmation by first 
aboU^ii^ the 0MB poste 
and ||hen recreating 

them. 

Supporters said the 
0MB director is a 
policymaker with mwre 
pcnror ov«r the federal 
bureaucracy than the 
eabinet (rfflcers, who are 
mibjeet to Smate ap- 



proval. 

Of^onents said 0MB 
officials, like other 
presidential advisers, 
serve at the pleasure of 
the President and thus 
should not be subject to 
Senate > confirmation. 
They charged that the 
measure was merely a 
partisan political attack 
on the Prraident's policy 
of withholding federal 
funds to keep down 
spending. 

Wliitehurst voted for 
the Daniel voted against. 

Rejected, 263 against 
and 130 for, amendmait 
to require confirmation of 
fuUire OMB officials, but 
not the current ones. 

Supporters said the 
ivocedure to abolish and 
recreate OMB* do^ not 
solve the constitutional 
problem of retroactive 
coirfirmation. Its intent, 
they charged, is still to 
require confirmation of 
men already, holding 
office. 

They said a 

requirement that Ash and 
Malek be confirmed 
would be certain to bring 
a veto of otherwise good 
le^slatim. 

Some opponents ob- 
jected to any in- 
fringement of the 
Presidwit's right to hire 



his own iHidget advisers. 
Other oppon«its objected 
to the amendment 
because it doesn't reguire 
confirmatim of Ash and 
Malek. 

Whitehurst and Itenid 
voted against. 

Rejected, 266 against 
and 96 for, amoxlment to 
strike out civil and 
criminal penalties for 
em ployers who 
knowin^y Ure Itodcan 
citizeiffi and t^ho' alieas 



«1io ill^aUy enter the 
U.S. 

At present illegal 
aliens, or "wetbacks," 
are deported without 
penalty to their em- 
pli^ors. The amoidment 
would have eliminated a 
three«tep enfOTcement 
procedure of warning 
emfl^ers for a ftst 
violation, ffadng tliem for 
a second and chargfaig 
them with a 

mtademeanw for a UAd» 



Light response to survey 

Althoi^ the reqM»se to lairt wedt's Sun Surv^ 
que^ion, "l^iraikl tiie Beadi Borooipi have ^ 
same tax rate as (^i«r bo»Hi|^ hittw City?", WM 
oHMised to the prc^neal, the reqpoQW wta 
relatively li^t. • ♦ . 

In order to afford everyone to ei^resB llMeIr view 
m ttds impcrtairt Issue the queatkn Is bdng 
repeated Uris wedt. 

h& always, we ai^redate ^ped lettai and 
commoits fnmi mr r^defs tm th» importsnt 
issue. 



SUN SURVEY 

QUESTION: 9iould the B«Mh Borough 

hnrt the same tax rs«s as otlMr boroughs 
inttodty? 




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MAYOR ROBERT B. CROMWELL, JR.. Is Joioed by Det. R.T. White (leR) aad 
Police Chief Col. W.W. Davis in proclaiming next weeii "Police Weeic". Cromwell 
caUed upon aU residents to pay tribute to the city's police offlcav in their efforts to 
protect Vta-ginia Beach. A special "FoUce Memorial Day" service wOl be con- 
ducted next Thursday. May 17, to honw police ofHcers who lost thefar lives hi the 
line of duty. 

Brokm Needles needs press 



' Broken Needles, Inc., a 
Christian anti-drug 
organization, is currently 
.seeking a small offset 
press to be used for 
''''r'^f.J printing newsletters, 
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Beach Ford 
President 



Maurice Smith's ap- 
pointm«it as president of 
Beach Fmti, Inc., has been 
announced by Rhae W. 
Adams, Board Chairman. 
Adams has served as 
president of Beach Ford 
since the death of J.W. 
Nevins in March, 1971. 

In assuming his new duties 

at the 2717' Virginia Beach 

Boulevard Ford dealership 

*; i Smith said he plans to make 

'''some promotions and minor 

jos* schanges in Beach Fwd. He 

,bh (>.*-) expects to announce these 

.Ti jchanges in the near future. 

Smith has served with 

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' . ,' . ,, of 20 years in the automobile 
,RiiH business. He has served 



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provisi(His in the hotel 
districts would make it 
ecmiomically unfeasible 
to CMistnict hotels." 

Attorney Grover 
Wright was critical of lot 
size {revisions in hotel 
districts as favoring 
tmirists above permanent 
residoits in develoiMng 
the oceanfront resort 
area of the city. Wright 
said property owners who 
might wish to construct 
condominiums instead d 
motels would beTorced to 
erect motels due to lot 
iize and density 
requirem^ts. He cwi- 
chided, "An owner should 
^ve the chmce to build a 
motel CH* a condominium. 
The CZO practically 
converte the oceairfront 
to tourist accomodati<ms. 
I believe permanent 
rrai(tente should have a 
chance to live on te 

Qwncil imanimoiisly 
voted to accept the 
mat«ial w a mottoo 
frwn Vlce-Eayor F. R^ 
Ervin, i«c<m<M by 
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donate a press to the non- 
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publications, at Broken 
Needles, 499-7356, 

Donations are tax 
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The Science Glub of 
BiQ^de Aadoc ttl^ School 
fstUiiMd NCMti^ 'finMB a 
thr e od ay eomaUm study <rf 
Phttad^ia. The trip was 
the culmiaaton of many 
mon&Mtaf&uaaing and work 
for club members and 
sponsors. 

Plaimta^ began last July 
when the club sponsor, 
Donald Wilson, mianixed 
the trip. All plans were 
UnaUzed by mU>Augiist and 
flie request tor admission 
sulmiit^ to the schod 
princii^ was ai^roved. The 
dub then be^ work to 
^ise funds to finance the 
tr^. 

The did) began in Sep- 
tembo' to sdeet the mem- 
bers who were to go. Sevo-al 
requirements had to be met : 
SttKlrats had to be m^nbers 
of the dub; they had to be 
part of at least me fidd Uip 
to Washington. D.C.; and 
stiMlents were reqdred to 
maintafai good grades for the 
semesta*. 

Thirty-two stilts met 
the requirements. They 
included club president 
Stevo) Maxwell, secretary 
Kathy Sullivan, and Roy 
Makme. Patty Payne, Linda 
Chapman, Colleen Wood- 
ward, Mary McDonald, Tina 
Roenker, Steve Skimsky and 
Tim Swartz. 



iUso, Mark E^is. Mike 
Kane, Terry Holcomb, 
BMmie BlacQuurrie. Christy 
Waltrip. Terry Hartley, 
Carlotta Catillo, Darlene 
Layoock. Denise Ward, Ann 
Bunsxd, Linda Lawrence, 
DiH-een Carpenter, Darlene 
Carpait«r, Susan Cinnamin, 
Cathy MulHcan, Becky 
Wtkler, Kwen FUutt, Dave 
Ibissdl, Steve Myers, Brian 
Baduuan, John ZUindtas and 
MarkTumo-. 



The fidd U-ip. like others 
the club has taken, was 
finan<^ by studoits through 
projects on Saturdays. No 
student was excluded 
because of financial 
problems. 

All studenU at Bayside 
Junior High are eligible to 
join the club. No dues are 

charged and the club now 
has approximately 90 
studott members. 



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Saturday for children at 
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Branch, 10 a.m.— "Good 
Deed in Time," "Crying 
Red Giant" and "The 



Monkey Who WoiJd Mot. 
Be King." 

Beach Branch, 11 
a.m.— "The Cow Who 
Fell in the Canal," ':The'- 
Celebrated Juifipiag 
Frog of Calaveras 
County." "Dismal 
Swamp" and "Anatole." 




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PAGE 6— THE SUN— THURSDAY, AAAY 10. 1973 



f OP Lodge Starts &raebner to address 



fund raising drive 



E. R. White, president 
of ^he Virginia Beach 
Frtlama(Order of Police 
I4d|^ BHunber 8, has 
ui'ged businessmen 
aig|{oacb|d to piffchase 
1^ in the annual police 
y«ftrbodE,to request the 
pcfien soliciting the ad to 
1^ his identification 
cvd. 

^^ card will show the 
wSidr't name and will 
cStain White's 
sifiBture. 

IVMte stated that he 
aililhe FOP has received 
ciiiplaints in previous 
y||m from merchants 
wW have been ap- 
pQ)ached to buy ads by 
imautfaorized persons. 



The FOP Lodge will 
soon start its annual fund 
raising drive for support 
of its scholarship 
program and youth ac- 
tivities. Plana are also 
underway to initiate 
programs for un- 
derprivUeged children. 

Each year, the FOP 
Lodge raises funds by 
sellings ads for the an- 
nual Police. Yearbook. 
This year, the yearbook 
will contain pictures of all 
department members, 
plus articles directed 
toward the businessman 
containing informatimi 
on how he can protect 
himself ajainst crime. 
More than 2,500 year- 
books will be circulated. 



fiiiurch Starts new 



program 




file Emmanuel Baptist 
Ogqrch of Virginia Beach ia 
itirtfaig the AWANA club 
siting program, which 
in^es boys and girla in 
gif^ Ihree^ight. * 

1^ AWANA program ia a 
total acoating qtmcept which 
liieiudea the development 
dt:0iritual valua'as well 
§M .citizenship and 
Ayilcal (itneas. 
^Iie AWANA club is a 
niighborhood, Christian- 
capiBred program including 
games, stunts, contests, 
awards, uniforms, 
adiievemoits, camftog and 
o^er projects. 

The church plans a staring 
rsJly on May 15, from 7 to 9 
p.pi. Parents and children 
Interested in joining ttie new 
program are invited to at- 
tend. 



The program will be 
omducted on week nights for 
boys and girls of any religion 
or background. 

Emmanuel Baptist Church 
is located at 4750 Baxter 
Road, one block from the 
intersection of Independence 
Blvd. and Holland Road. 



Births 



Mr. & AAr». David Jam« 
Heisey, daughtar 

t)r. >< Mrs. GardI D. 
Kelsey, daoghter • 

Mr. 8. Mrs. JImmla 
Fletcher Ingram, son 

Mr. & Mrs. 'Johnny Roscoe 
Sales, daughter 

Mr. Si Mrs. Bernard 
William Burke, son v 

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Sfovall 
smifn, aaugmer 

Mr. 4 Mrs. William 
Randall Skaggs, daughter 



» 

Ghetit Arts Festival 
(^^feak this weekend 



l%e { Bcond annual 
Ghent Aj s Festival will 
be hel( in Stockley 
Gardens May 12-13. 
HpijHrBfoi the festival will 
be 10'a.ii. to 6 p.m. on 
Sattirday ami noon to 6 
p.m. on ^nday. 

Exhibi ing artists will 
ioeiude I m Taggert, Don 
Fortunat », Myron Curtis, 
Alice HDhenberg, Rut 
Ann Bjurgess, Russ 
Mathen^, Andy Giles. 
VfOentint Chalmers and 
Bevorly Hoddinott. 

Conceiis will be per- 
fOT'med I during the 
festival |by such local 
groups as Grammar 101, 
Cyote. iobbie and Mike 
and the Original Cast of 
1200. 



jte course 

. Bo^ng and W. 

rem fd Virginia 
liates of the 

agency of the 

>tts Mutual Life 
uiauiwii-w Co., have com- 
pieied a 4eek of specialiMd 
training j in Springfield, 
Mass., as monbers of the 
company's first Business 
and EsiAe Planning School 
for field ^pres«Btatives. 



Donakl 
Bd««rd 
Bea^, 
Norfolk 
ktossach 
Insuran 



Proceeds from the 
festival will benefit the 
Norfolk Free Clinic. ' 



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perfonnanoe set 

The Old Dominion 
University Conctert Choir 
will present a program of 
Baroque and - con- 
temporary music at 8:15 
p.m. May 11 at the ODU 
Technology Theatre. 

The ODU concert will 
be the fourth per- 
formance of the chohr's 
1973 spring series. They 
will sing the Cantata No. 
4 "Christ lag in 
Todesbanden" by J. S. 
Bach, "Four Choral 
Poems" by S. Adler, 
"Campion Suite" by H. 
Stevens, "Love Is" by W. 
Benson, and the "Missa 
Br6vis" by John J. 
Davye, director of the 
choir and professor of 
music at ODU. 

"Hie coMert choh* is 
open to the jHiblic without 
chai|;e. 



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BY BUD LAUBACH G.R.I. 

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Wesleyan commencement 




Dr. Norman A. Graetaer, 
a distinguished auth<»- and 
diplomatic historian, will be 
the featured speaker at 
Vindnia Wesleyan College's 
Fourth , Annual Com- 
meownv^t exercises, May 
20, accoi-ding to College 
President Lambuth M. 
aarke. 

Dr. Graebner, whose 
primary interest 'is 
American foreign policy, 
has held the Edward R. 
Stettinius Professorship in 
Modem American History at 
the University of VirKinia, 
Charlottesville, since 1967. 
For the two xear* 1967-89^ he 
also held an appointment to 
the University of Virginia's 
Center for Advanced Study. 

A hi^ly respected author, 
his books include "Empire 
on the Pacific, The New 
Isolationism," "Cold War 
Diptomacy," and "Ideas and 
Diplomacy." He has also 
edited "The E!nduring 
Lincoln," "An Uncertain 
Tradition: American 

Secretaries of State in the 
Twentiehh Century," 
"Politics and the Crisis of 
18«0" and "Manifest 
Destiny." His other writings 
on American politics and 
foreigh policy include about 
60 articles and portions of 
books. At present, he is 
contributing editor of 
"Curfent History." 

In addition to Dr. 



Graebner, Virginia 
Wesleyan Assistant 
Professor of Philosophy 
Uwrence D. Hultgren will 
also address the graduating 
class. Professor Hultgroi, 
who joined the Virginia 
Welseyan faculty in 19«9. 
wflf de^ver the Oiarge to the 
Graduates. 

Rev. BritlXMi 
is delegate 

The Rev. "niomas H. 
Britton of Virginia Beach 
will be a delegate to the 
Ninth General Synod of 
the 2-million-member 
United Church of Christ. 
The biennial assembly 
meets in St. Louis, Mo., 
June 22-26. 

Rev. Britton, minister, 
of Lynnhaven Colony 
United Oiurch of Christ, 
v»dn be a representative 
of the denomination's 
Southern Conference, 
comprising all United 
Church congregations in 
North Carolina and the 
southeastern part of 
Virginia. The General 
Synod sessions wOTIm 
held at the Chase Park 
Plaza Hotel, in St. Louis. 







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Patrick Scott 



Sharon Marie Zoeller 
was wed to Patrick Glenn 
Scott on May 5 at Prin* 
cess Anne Plaza Baptist 
diurch with the Rev. 
Melvin Hughes of- 
ficiating at the afternoon 
candlelight ceremony. 
The bride is the 
daughter of Mrs. Jean 
Breiske and George W. 
..^ Core of Vir^nia Beach. 
• : Tlie bridegroom is the son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Elton R. 
Scott of Virginia Beach. 
Ttie bride was given 
. Laway by htg* f^her. She 
W~~~~^^ an orchid "gown of 
lace over taffeta with 
matching headpiece and 
I veil of illusion. She 
I carried a bouquet of 
I «4iite carnations, daisies, 
baby's breath and purple 
statice with white 
streamo^. 

Patricia Core served as 
her sister's maid of 
honor. She wore a gown of 
pink lace over taffeta 
with a floral headdress to 
match. She .carried a 
^ring bouquet. 
Jana Whirlow and 



Terry Childers were 
bridesmaids.^ Their 
gowns were identical to 
the maid of honor's in 
shades of yellow and 
green. They carried 
spring bouquets. Mrs. 
Keith Hartman was 
mistress of ceremonies. 
Mrs. Helen Ck>x provided 
oi^an music. 

Deimis Brown of 
Vrginia Beach was best 
man. Ushers were Larry 
Rose, Richard Power and 
JeffMcKee. 

The bride attended 
Bayside Hi^ School and 
is a graduate of Virginia 
Beach Blvd. Beauty 
Academy. She is em- 
ployed by Modernaire 
Beauty Salon. The groom 
attended Princess Anne 
High School and is em- 
ployed by Ayers In- 
sulation. 

A reception was held at 
the Aragona Recreation 
Center. After a wedding 
trip to the Blue Ridge 
Mountains, the couple 
will reside in Virginia 
Beach. 




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Danielle Zienk weds 
Stephen John Waters 




The marriage of 
Danielle Maddine SQoik 
and Stephen Jtrtm Waters 
Uxk place May 5 at Star 
of the Sea Catholic 
Church with Father 
Kieran Fergus offtdating 
at the nuptial man. 

The bride is the 
daught«> oi Mr. and Mrs. 
AnthcHiy Edward Zirak of 
Virginia Beach. The 
bri^^romn is the s<hi of 
Mr. aiMl Mrs. Louis Allen 
Waters d Arlington. 

Ilie bride was given 
away by her fatha*. She 
wore her mother's 
wedding gown at cif- 
vAiite brocade trimmed 
with seed pearls arcMind 
the neckUne and on the 
pointed sleeves. The 
gown featured a 15-yard 
train and a catiiedral 
length veil of all-white 
almoin lace. She carried 
a bouquet (rf gardadas 
and Uly-<tf-the valley. 

Joyce Opre of Virginia 
Beach served as maid of 
honor. She wore an off- 
white organza dms with 
full skirt and long 
sleeves. Her cpstume vr&s 
c(Hn|Meted "with an off- 
white horsehair picture 
hat trimmed with silk 
violets. She carried a 
bouquet of violets and 
stephanotis. 

Bridesmaids were Mrs. 
Deneen Garilson of 



Alexandria ; Elizabeth 
Walser of Richmond ; and 
Jane and Maureen 
Waters of Arlington, 
sdsters of the groom. 

T%e bridesmaids wore 
gowns similar to the maid 
of h<mor's and their hats 
were similar to the maid 
(A honor's but trimmed 
with silk sweet peas. 
They carried bouquets of 
rosebuds and sweet peas. 

William Walser of 
Richmond was best man. 
Ushers were Ste^^en Eng 
of McLean ; David 
Marlow of Arlington; 
Pavi Marinoble of 
Arlington; and Michael 
Waters of Richmond, 
brother of the groom. 

Hie bride is a graduate 
of Old Dominion 
University and prior to 
her marriage was a 
social worker for Nor- 
folk's Model Cities 
program. The groom is a 
graduate of Old Dominion 
University and is em- 
ployed as an electrical 
contractor for Howard P^ 
Foley Electrical Con- 
tractors of Washingt(Hi, 
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Lynn Tillman weds • 
Leslie Kenneth Dunn= 



A recei^ion was held at 
the Little Creek Officers 
Club. After a wedding 
trip to the Virgin Islands, 
the couple will reside in 
Arlingtixr. ^-^ 



Af nr. Le9& Kenned Dunn 

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Club will sponsor a 
walking tour of restwed 
homes in East Ghent on 
Saturday, May 19, from 
10 a:m. to 2 p.m. 




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$2.50. Registration will 
be held on May 19 at 9:30 
a.m. at the Norfolk 
Woman's Club, 524 
Fairfax Avenue. 

Refreshments and 
coffee will be served. Low 



The Koinonia 
Fellowship Group from 
Shenandoah College and 
Conservatory of Music 
will lead a contemporary 
Worship service on 
Tuesday, May 15, at 7:30 
p.m. at Thalia United 
Methodist Church. 

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attend. 



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Mr. and Mrs. John Perkim 
Jr. of Roxfooro, N.C., an- 
nounce the engagement ol 
their daughter, Barbara Ja 
Perkins, to Charles William 
Cashman III, son of Mr. And 
Mrs. C. W. Cashman Jr. of 
NTirginia B«idi. 

The bride-to-be is a 
graduate of Person High 
School (Roxboro) and, 
currently attends Ap-' 
palachian ^ate Wniversity, 
North CaroUoa. Her fiancee 
is a graduate of Cox High 
School and is du». to graduate 
this month from Wake 
Forest University, Winston- 
Salon, N.C. He has been 
accepted for admissicm to 
Southern Baptist 
Theological Seminary in 
Texas ttiis fall. 
A June 23 wedding is 
planned in RoxbtNTO. 

Civic League 
dinner dance 

The Thoroughgood 
Civic League annual 
dinner dance will be held 
m Saturday, May 19, 
from 6:30 p.m. to £2:30 
a.m. in the Mayfair 
Room, Admiralty Motor 
Hotd, Bililitary Highway. 

Reservations are 
necessary and must 'be 
made by Saturday, May 
12. Tickets are $17 per 
couple. Reservations 
may be made by calling 
Mrs. W. G. Matton, 464- 
2366, or Mrs. James 
Couriney. 464-2295. 

Free pilot's 
clinic sel 

A {rikrt's educatiwud 
dhik wiO be offered to 
theTkteirata- arra pdriic 
at no duu^ May 11 and 
12 bgr the DqMrtmoit d 
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Aviation Administration 
Eastern E^oo. 

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frfxn 7 to 10 p.m. at Lake 
l^yhr H^ Sdiool on 
Kempsville Road, 
Norfolk, and a flight 
demonstration on 
Saturday, May 12, at 10 
• ni. at Cl^pAike- 
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Lynn Frances Tillman 
became the bride of 
Leslie Kenneth Dumi in 
an afternoon ceremony 
<m May 5 at Charity 
United Methodist Church 
with the Rev. H.A.White 
officiaHngf^sisted by 
the RevVwinford Floyd. 

The brid^ is the 
daughter of Arlene 
Whitehurst Tillman of 
Virginia Beach. The 
bridegroom is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Dunn of Virginia Beach. 

The bride was given 
away by her brother, 
William Tillman. She 
wore her mother's 
wedding gown which 
featured a Victorian style 
bodice trimmed in 
rosepoint lace. Long 
deeve^ tapered to a point 
on the hand, edged with 
rosepoint lace. The gown 
was trimmed with 
covered butt(His down the 
back and on the sleeves. 
The skirt and cathedral 
length train were of 
antique ivory satin. Her 
elbow length veil of 
411usion^^ frwiF^4ace- 
covered cap. She carried 
a Bible covered with 
rosebuds with 
stephanotis on 
streamers. 

Afbrs. Steven Tbompson^ 
of Fayetteville, N.C, was 
matron of honor. She 
wore an ivory colored 
gown of marquisette over 
taffeta with bishop 
sleeves. The gown had an 
empire waistline, Vic- 
torian neckline and the 
top of the gown was 
trimmed with ivory lace 
with lavender ribbon 



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Charles Dunn served as 
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Ushers were Tommy 
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Elwood Carawan, Steve * 
Pekly and Chick Mc- 
aanan, all of Virginia 
Beach. 

The bride is a graduate ' 
of Kellam High School 
where she was a 
cheerleader and member 
ofEpsilon Tri Hi Y. She is ' 
emplsyed by Integral 
Systems Support Inc., 
Dam Neck. 

The groom is a 
graduate of Kellam High 
School and served in the 
Army in the Presidential 
Honor Guard in 
Washington, D.C. He is 
employed by the City of 
Virginia Beach Police 
Department. 

A reception was held in 
the church social hall 
after the ceremony. After 
a wedding trip to an 
undisclosed destination, 
the couple will reside in 
Virginia Beach. 



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Paula Basnight weds 
Joseph Bonocore 



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E^zabeth Cleeland and 
•Wimam Carl LaMay Jr. 
took place on April 28 at 3 
p.m. at the Chapel of the 
Good Shepherd, NAS 
Oceana, with Chaplain 
Ben A. Rice officiating. 

The bride is the 
daughter of Lt. Col. and 
Mfs. David A. Cleeland of 
Virginia Beach. The 
l»i(ii;room is the son of 
Mj-. and Mrs. William C. 
UMay Sr. of Arlington. 

tlie bride was given in 
mJEDTiage by her father. 
Shie wore a formal gown 
of! white satin maracaine 
over bridal taffeta 
fashioned with a bib 
boldice of chantilly lace 
with an empire waist. 
The high neckline and 
long sleeves were 
trammed with chantilly 
lafee, satui ribbon and 
seed pearls. Ttie flowing 
skirt featured an at- 
tached chapel, train. The 
headdress was a mantilla 
of bouffant illusion 
trimmed in chantilly lace 
arranged from a hand- 
made camelot cap of 
matching lace and seed 
pearls. Appliques of 
chantilly lace flowers 
wfcre sprinkled on the 
illusion of the long 
mantilla*- She carried a 
crescent bouquet of 
giirdenias. _ j 

BArs. Bonnie Howell of 
Chestertown, Md., was 
■MitroB of honor. 



Bridesmaids included 
Mrs. Sylvia Cleeland, 
sister-in-law of the bride; 
Mrs. Margie Sanborn, 
sister of the groom; 
Josephine Gibson; and 
Marcia Wells, cousin of 
the bride. They wore 
gowns of dotted, swiss in 
rainbow colors of areen. 
pink, blue, apricot and 

orchid and carried 
bouquets of daisies dyed 
to match their gowns. 

N. B. Cheatham of 
Arlington was best man. 
Ushers were Capt. David 
W. Cleeland, brother of 
the bride; George 
LaMay, brother of the 
groom; Jay Fadely and 
Don Shaver. 

Susan Elizabeth 
Cleeland, niece of the 
bride, was flower girl, 
and Bobby Sanborn; 
nephew of the groom, was 
ring bearer. 

The bride is .a graduate 
of St. Andrews 
Presbyterian College in 
Laurinburg, N.C., and is 
presently employed by 
the Moore County School 
System in Southern 
Pines, N.C. 

The bridegroom is 
employed by the U.S. 
Postal Service , 
Washington, D.C. 

A reception was held at 
the Commissioned Of- 
ficers' Mess, NAS 
Oceana. After a wedding 
trip to New Orleans, the 
couple will reside in 



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Paula Louise Basnight 
was wed to Joseph Frank 
B(HM)Core Jr. on April 28 
at Star of the Sea Catholic 
CSinrch with Father 
Kleran Fergus, O.P., 
officiating at tiie formal 
aft«*iioon ceremony. 

The bride is the 
dai^ter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Joseph J. Foulkes 
^^inia Beach and also 
ttie dau^ter of Leon B. 
Basnight Jr. of Norfolk. 
The bridegroom is the son 
of Mrs. Josei^ F. Werle 
Jr. of Vii^iiria Beach and 
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Club Notes 

LAOO-MAR CIVIC LEAGUE 

Tht newly-fornwd L»oo-Ator Civic League will meet on 
Monday, AAay 15, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 
Wesley W. Johnson, 2540 Entrada Drive. All members and 
residents of Lago-AAar are Invited to attend. 



ORAPHOANALYSTS SOCIETY 

Virolnla Chaoter 45 of the International Graohoanalysls 
Society will meet on Sunday, May 13, at 2 p.m. in the 
conference room of the Pilot Life insurance Company. 7442 
Tidewater Drive, Norfolk. A program will be presented on 
how graphoanalysis can be a key in directing troubled 
teenagers toward a vacation suited to their aptitudes. 

XI BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER 
XI Beta Lambda Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will have a 
Atother's Day luncheon on Saturday, AAay 12, at Coleman 
Farms Nursery, Portsmouth. 



TOWN ANDCOUNTRY GARDEN CLUB 

Mrs. William Mitchell, president of the Town and Country 
Garden Club, presented a slide program on the gooney birds 
of Midway Island at the recent meeting of the club in the 
home of Mrs. Robert Glancy. Mrs. Carroll Page presented 
historical facts about roses. The slate of officers for the 
coming year was presented. The theme of the meeting was 
"April Showers Bring AAay Flowers" The following ribbons 
were presented: Mrs. William Mitchell, one blue and one 
red; Mrs. Carroll Page, two blue for horticulture; Mrs. 
Carroll Page, six blue; Mrs. George Giles, two blue; Mrs. 
Robert Glancy, two blue. Lake Smith Garden Club mem- 
bers were iudges. 



OCEAN PARK WOMAN'S CLUB 

The Cox High School Chorus, under the direction of 
William Boyle, presented a musical program at the AAay 9 
luncheon nteeting of the Ocean Park Woman's Club. A 
delegate to Girls State spoke and a Brownie Scout troop 
I'ead'er Md of ffte group's activities. 



PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA GARDEN CLUB 

The annual Easter Workahop of the Princess Anne Plaza 
Garden Club was held at Plaza United Methodist Church 
with members making corsages and Easter baskets for 
patients at Lakeside ConvataKent Home. The regular April 
business meeting was heW at the church with Mrs. Cecil 
Whitehead and AArs. John S. Long as hostesses. New oHicers 
elected are : president, Mrs. Peter Winters; first vi|ce 
president, Mrs. Everett Mitchell; second vice president, 
Mrs. John Seneker; reMrding secretary, Mrs. Bill 
Forinash; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Eddie Snead; 
treasurer, Mrs. William Colona Jr. Club members picked 
the home of Mrs. and AArs. Thomas Hayward of Appian 
Avenue to receive the "Yard of the AAonth" award. 

MAY FARM GARDEN CLUB 

The AAay Farm Garden Club of Kingston toured the 
gardens of Mr. and Mn. AAalcolm H. Todd Jr. at the regular 
monthly meeting. After the tour, club members had a 
covered dish supper at the home of Mrs. James L. Cox Jr. 
with AArs. Fred T. Knowles as co-hostess. A brief business 
meeting followed. New officers nominated and elected are: 
president, Mrs. Fred.T. Knotyles; first vice president, Mrs. 
John H. Costenbader III; second vice president, Mrs. R. H. 
Borchert; recording secretary, Mrs. Robert J. Beard; 
corresponding secretary, AArs. B. W. Renager; treasurer, 
Mrs. James L. Cox Jr. 

KELLAM HIGH BOOSTER CLUB 

The monthly meeting of t»»e Kellam High School Booster 
Club will be held AAonday, AAay 14, at 7:30 p.m. at the school. 
The election of new officer^ Is scheduled. 



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B. Basnight. 9ie wore a 
formal gown of ivory 
imported organza over 
taffeta in empire A-line 
gtyle. The gown was 
fashioned with a high 
neck, sheer yoke and long 
fitted sleeves with 
pearled alencon lace 
appliques. The hemline of 
the gown and the at- 
tached chapel length 
train featured appliques 
of the same alencon lace 
with seed pearls. Sh6 
wore a matching chapel 
length mantilla of silk 
illusion edged with lace, 
gie carried a nosegay of 
spring flowers and baby's 
breath. 

Mary Elizabeth 
Fantone of Virginia 
Beach served as maid of 
twnor. Bridesmaids were 
Mrs. Daniel B. Carter of 
Vh^inia Beach, sister of 
the groom; Mrs. 
Frederick C. Parsons III 
of Vu-ginia Beach and 
Susan Gail Serlich of 
Norfolk, cousins of the 
Inride. 

•Hie bridal attendants 
wore long empire linfe 
gowns with full flocked 
print dieer organza skirts 
in shades of blue, aqua, 
lavendar and pink. The 
solid blue bodices had 
ruffled V-lines and long 
fitted sleeves with ruffled 
cuffs. Royal blue velvet 
ribbon trim accented the 
waists. Royal blue velvet 




Trail Club ,,^ 
meeting ' ' 

The Tidewater Jlp: ,• 
palachian Ttail ClBtr,*a 
local affiliate of the 
Appalachian TraMj 
Conference, will me^J 
Wednesday, May %j£ 
7:30 p.m. at the Kern)* 
ville branch library. ' 

•Hie featured program 
wiD be a "swap; aptl. 
shop" exchange of bapfc^ 
packing, hiking . and 
camping equipment. 



Mn, Joseph Frank Bonocore Jr. 



covered buttons repeated 
the accent on the bodices. 

They wore matching 
ripple brim hats and 
carried nosegays of 
spring flowers. 

Richard S. Bonocore of 
Virginia Beach served as 
his brother's best man. 
Ushers were Daniel B. 
Carter of Virgmia Beach, 
brother-in-law of the 
p-oom; Joseph P. Werle 
[II of Virginia Beach, 
step-brother of the 
groom; and Richard E. 



Serlich of Norfolk, cousin 
of the bride. 

The bride is a graduate 
of First Colonial High 
School and attended 
Southern Seminary 
Junior College, Buena 
Vista, Va. The groom is a 
graduate of Kellam High 
School and is emidoyed 
by Lomas and Nettletim. 
Mortgage Company. 

After a reception at the 
Harbor Room, the couple 
left on a wedding trip to 
Williamstxirg. They will 
reside in Virginia Beach. 



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Showcue, Ltd., through 
June IB. 

KeUo is a Norfolk artitt 
wtm has be«i paintfaig 
staicehe was 10 yean old. 
When he was 14, he had a 
one^nan diow in New 
York. He has shown with 
Andrew Wyeth and 
Salvador Dali. among 
others. 

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exhibit is the first Kdlo 
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years. He has been 
showing in New Yoik and 
Ifiami for the past few 
yean. 

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permaneot collection of 
ttie Chiy sler Museum and 
the penonal collection of 
actor Vincent Frlce. 

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BCall. 

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Cape lienor SdMxd will 
spojttor a "dpe Henry 
Happening" Field Day on 
Saturday, May 12, at the 
school, 1330 Fbit Colonial 
Road, from 10 a.m. to 4 

Fiisld Day will include 
many items for sale from 
booths, inchidhig hand- 
crafts, gartton Items, 
baked goods, white 
el^hants and thrift 
itons. Hie day will in- 
cludes games, a raffle, 
prizes, a cake walk, pony 
rides and Ungo. Lunch 
will also be served. 



Karen 

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Karen Snydef, U-year-old 
daiigbter of Ifr. and Mrs. 
Edward Sdyder a Virgiiiia 
Beadi, hti beeo accepted by 
the Royal Ballet School, 
official academy of the 
Royal Ballet, Londoo. 

Karen ciBTeotly attoxb 
Cape Henry School ud win 
beeitferini tte Royal Ballet 
School in the ^. 

Karen audtt^iDed tar die 
acfaool and ptaced third in 
her category . Sie was one of 
diree childraB '^Tif ti n ^ oat 
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InttitCark'tOHIctoftlw 
Circuit Court of tNi City of 
Virginia Beach, fN ttM let 
day of May, im. 
ORDIROI* 
PUBLICATION 
Carroll Mlllut Wlahart, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Jerry Royal WUhart, 
Defendant. 

The e^ect of ttiit Milt la 
to obtain a divorce a 
Vinculo MatrlmenM from 
the MM defendant, ugon 
the grounds of living 
lepsrately and apart for 
more than hm (2) yeers. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and fUed Ihat 
the defendant to not a 
reskteitt of the State of 
Virginia, the last towwn 
pott office sddreH being 
ZSnVt ISth Ave. »iorth, St. 
Petersburg, Florida. 

It Is ordered that he do 
appear here withlif 10 (hm) 
days after due publication 
hereof , and do iMiat may be 
necessary to protect hto 
interest In this suit. 
A copy Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Linda ntoel Hill D.Clark. 
Gey Minus, Jr. p.q. 
524 Independence Blvd. 
Va. Beach, Virginia 

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INCHANCWIY 
Ne.1iMS-B 
In re: Adoption of Selly 
Ann Needhem, Donne Lee 
Needhem, Rose Ellen 
Needhem and Angela 
Colleen Nee^am 
By: Robert 0. Ruff In, Jr. 
and Annabeil Lee Ruff In, 
Petitioners 

To: Kenneth Huoy 
Needhem 

20th Bay Street -' - 
Norfolk. VIrglnle 
ORDER 
This dey ceme Robert D. 
Ruffin, Jr. end Annabeil 
Lee Ruffin. Petitioners, 
end represented that the 
object of this proceeding Is 
to effect the adoption of the 
above named intents. Selly 
Ann Needhem, Donna Lee 
Needhem. Rose Ellen 
Needhem and Angela 
Colleen Needhem, by 
Robert D. Ruffin, Jr. and 
Annabeil Lee Ruffin, 
husbend end wife, and 
affidavit having been ntede 
and filed that ckM dll^ence 
hes been used by or in 
behalf of the PetithNiers to 
ascertein in which county 
or city Kenneth Huey 
Needhem. the netural 
tether of said children Is. 
without effect, the last 
known poet office address 
being: 20th Bey Sh-eet, 
Norfolk. VIrglnle. 

it is therefore Ordered 
that the seld Kenneth Huey 
Needhem sppeer before 
this Court within ten (10) 
deys after publicetion of 
this Order and indleete his 
ettitude towerd the 
proposed edoption, or 
otherwise do whet Is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this metter. 
A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit D.C. 
Donald C. Grey p.q. 
2474 East Little Creek Road 
Norfolk, Virginia 
5-10,17.24,31 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 1st DAY 
OF AAAY, 1973. 

IN CHANCERY 
Ne.C-71422-A 
In re: Adoptkm of Lori 
Rose Walsh, MIchele AAarie 
Walsh and John' Joseph 
Walsh, II 

By: Joe Haywood Barnes 
end Helen Rose Barnes 
PetitkNters 

To: John Joseph Walsh, Jr. 
2017 43rd Avenue 
Gulfport. Mlsslsslm>l 39501 
ORDER 
This day came Joe 
Haywood Barnes end 
Helen Rose Barnes, 
Petitioners, and 
represented ttiet the object 
of this proceeding Is to 
effect the adoptkm of the 
Bbove named Infants. Lort 
Rose Welsh. MIchele 
MarleWaish and John 
Joseph Barnes, II by Joe 
Haywood Barnn and 
Helen Rose Barnes, 
husband -and wife, end 
off idavit having been made 
enAfiled that John Joseph 
Walsh, Jr., a natural 
..parent of seid dillA^n, Is e 
non-resMentof the Stsfe of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office eddress being: 
2017 43rd Avenue, GoM^ort, 
AAisslMlp^ 3W1 
It is therefore Ordered 





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thet the sehl John Jeeeph 
Bemee, Jr. eppeer before 
Ihls Court within ten (10) 
deys after puMintion of 
thto Order and Micate his 
aHltude toWard the 
propoeed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
Intereet hi thto matter. 
A copy teste: John V/ 
Fentrees, Clerk 
By: J. Curtto Fruit D.C. 
Wolcott, Spencer. Rivers 
M- 

Md McNeel. Attys. 
Pleze One 
Norfolk. VIrglnle 

5-10.17.24J14T 

VIRGINlAi IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OP THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH on the Mh day Of 
April. 1973 

INCHANCMY 

NO. 1719^a 

IN THE MATTER OF: 

The Adoption of Michel 

Jerome Thacher and Bette 

Kethryn Thecher, whoee 

names shall be changed to 

Micheel Jerome Rydell 

and Bette Kethryn Rydell 

ORDER OP 

PUBLICATION 

This dey ceme the 
Petitioners end 
represented unto the Court 
thet the ob|oct of thto 
proceeding Is to effect the 
edoption of the alwve- 
nemed Infento by Rudolph 
Sidney RydeM end Betty 
Joe Rydell, husbend end 
wife, and to change the 
nemos of the seid Infento to 
Michael Jerome llydeil 
endBettoi(aMryn1ffydeil.* 

And an Affidavit having 
been made and filed thet 
the Petitioners state that 
the neturel fether of the 
said' chndren to a, non^~ 
resident of the Stato of 
Virginia, and -that hto last 
known post office addreu 
is Post Office BoK », 
Belvidere, Tennessee. 

It Is, therefore, OR- 
DERED thet he do appeer 
here within ten (10) deys 
after due publlcatton of thto 
Order and indicate hto 
attitude toward the 
proposed edoption, or 
otherwise do what Is 
necMsery to protect hto 
Interest in this proposed 
adoption. 

It Is further ORDERED 
thet the foregoing portkm 
of this Order of Publlcetkm 
be published once a week 
for four successive weeks 
in tt>e VIrglnle Beech Sun, 
a newspeper having 
general circulation in the 
City of Virginia Beech, 
VIrglnle. 

A Copy Testo: JOhn V. 
Fentrese, Clerk 
By J. Curtto Fruit, D.C. 
John B. Preston 
PRESTON, PRESTONr- 
WILSON Ii LAMBERT 
992 First Coionial Road 
Virginia Beech. VIrglnle 
23454 

Attorney for Petlttoners 
5-10,17.24,31 4T 

COAAAAONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA: 

in the Ctork's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of VIrgbile Beech, on the 
3rd dey of AAay, 1973. 
ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 
Rome Lee Phillips, 
Ptelntlff. 
against 

Christine VIrglnle Phillips. 
Defendent. 

The oblect of thto suit is 
to obtein a divorce A 
Vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grountto of desertktn. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the Stete of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
1620 Alcatrez, Berkley, 
Calitemia 

It to ordered that she do 
appeer here within ten ( 10) 
days after due publication 
hereof . and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in thto suit. 
A a^py-Teste: John V. 
Fentrese. Clerk 
By. J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 

Glenn B. AAcClanan p.q. 
5-10.17.2441 4T 

COAAAAONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court oWhe City 
■of Vlrgmta Beech, on the 
4th day of AAay^ 1973. 
mtOEROP 
PUBLICATION 
Sadie Loutoe Lundy Paige, 
Pleintlff, 
egelnst 

Jemes Arthur Peige, 
Defendant; 

The obiect of thto suit tf 
to obtein e divorce A 
Vincuto Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
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having lived seperato and 

epert without eny 
cohebltation and without 
intemwflon for two yeers. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed thet 
the defendent to not a 
reeident of the Steto of 
VlTBinia, the last known 
post office eddroM being: 
90S Poiiet Sh-eet, Hervey, 
l.eutoiana 

it to ordered tt«t he do 
eppeer here within ten (10) 
dai« after due puMicatioii 
hereof , and do what mey be 
necceeaary to protect hto 
InterMbi-thto suit. 
A odPflTesto: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
Wifi Sandra Hargrove, o. 
Clerk 

Tidewater Legei Aitf 
700 Duke Sh-eet 
Norfolk* Virginia 

5-10,17.24,31 4T 

VIRGINIA: . IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
The CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 1st DAY 
OF AAAY, 1973. 

IN CHANCERY 
Ne.M<S»-B 
in re: Adoption of Thomas 
Staveneon Kuykendeii end 
Charles Irvin Kuykendeii 
By: Bobby Winston Peoples 
a AAarie H. Peoples 
Petitioners 

To: irvin Kuykendeii, Sr. 
Greenwood, MissluippI 
ORDER 
Thto dey came Bobby 
Winston Peoples end AAerie 
H. Peoples, Petitioners, 
.and repreee n ted fftat the 
oblect of thto proceeding to 
to effect the edeptton of the 
ebove nemed intent (s). 
Thomas Stevenson 
uykendaii and Charles 
Irvin Kuykendeii. by 
Bobby Winston Peoples 
end AAarie H. Peoples, 
husbend end wife, end 
off Idevit having been mode 
and filed thet Irvin 
Kuykendeii, Sr., e natural 
parent of said children, to e 
non-reeident of the Steto of 
Virginia, the lest known 
post office eddress being: 
Greenwood, Mississippi 

it to therefore Ordered 
that the seld irvin 
Kuykendeii. Sr. eppeer 
before thto Court within ten 
(10) deys offer publicetion 
of thto Order end indleete 
his ettitude towerd the 
proposed edoption, or 
otherwise do whet is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in tois metter. 
A copy teeto: John v. 
Fenh-ese. Clerk 
By J. Curtto Fruit. D.C. 
Micheel E. Bowerman p.q. 
1563-A Laskin Rood 
VIrglnle Beech, Virginia 
5-10.17,24,31 4T 



By: Shene Hemllton 
Hudson Ferrally Gibbon 
Kobler end Robert Henry 
Kobler Petitioners 
To; John AAeltlend Gibbon 
Number 1 Evington Rood 
Leicester 
united Kingdom 
ORDER 

This day came Shane 
Harnilton Hudson Ferrally 
Gibbon Kobler end Robert 
Henry Kobler. Petitioners, 
end represented thet the 
oblect or thto proceeding Is 
to eftoct the edoptkm of the 
above nemed infant, 
Emma AAaltland Gibbon, 
by Shene Hamilton Hudson 
Farrally Gibbon Kobler 
end Robert Henry Kobler, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been made 
end filed that John 
AAaltland Gibbon, a natural 
parent of said child, 1$ a 
nonresident of the State of 
VIrglrtIa, the last known 
post office address being: 
Number 1 Evington Road, 
Leicester, United 
Kingdom. 

It Is therefore Ordered 
that the said John Maltland 
Gibbon appear before this 
Court Within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessery to protect his 
Interest In this matter 
A copy teste: John 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit D... 
Fine, Fine, Legum & Fine 
PA- 

720 Law Building 
Nortolk, Virginia, USA 

5-10,17,24,31 4T 



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VIROIKIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH. ON THE 1st DAY 
OF MAY. 1973. 

IN CHANCERY 
Ne.C-73-44|.B 
in re: Adoption of Emme 
Maltland Gibbon 



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VIRGINIA, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of VIrglnle Beech, on the 
1st dey of AAey, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
TiAeTQeTot -Nichols, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Ronnie Lee Webster, 
Defendent. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtein a divorce a mensa 
et ttH)ro from the said 
defendent, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And en affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence having been 
used by or on behalf of 
Complainant to ascertain 
in which county or cor. 
poretion the defendant Is, 
without effect the last 
known address being 639 
Beker Road, Virginia 
Beech, Virginia. 
'It Is ordered that he do 
eppeer here within 10 (ten) 
deys after due publicatlon- 
hereof , end do what may be 
necessery to protect his 
interest In this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
LInde Noel Hill D.CIerk 
Jemes E. Rinehart 
392 Bettlefield Blvd. 
Chesepeeke, Virginia 

510.17,24,31 4T 



Confmonwf 
Virginia, 

in the Clerk's 6«lce of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
Of Virginia Beach, on the 
7th day of AAay 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Charlotte Sur . lee 
Plaintiff, 
against 

John Duncan Ghee, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtein a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
y rounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is npt a 
resident of, the bf .te of 
Virginia the last ^ 'mv// post 
. office address being 1646 
Kanalui Ave., Honolulu, 
Hawaii. 

1 1 is ordered he do appear 
here within '10 (ten) days 
after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste; v 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
CLERK 

Linda Noel Hill D Clerk 
Robert Bennett 
500 Beach Tower Building 
•a. Beach, Va. 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
27th day of Apni, 1V'3 

ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 

Michael Edward Clark, 

Plaintiff, 

against 




Deborah j. Clark, 
Defendant. 

The object of f int is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
thorotobetater rurqeri into 
a divorce a ■ ulo 
matrimonii from 'm.. said 
defendant, up^i the 
grounds of desertion 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant Is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, and that due 
diligence has been used by 
or In behalf of the plaintiff 
to ascertain in which 
county or corporation the 
defendant is, without ef- 
fect, her last known post 
office address being: 1801 
Mediterranean Avenue, 
Apt. 6, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 

It is ordered that she do 
appear here within it) (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
Interest in this suit 



VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE DAY OF APRIL, 
1973 

. IN CHANCERY 
N0.U,M7-A 

In the metter of the 
Adoption of EDWARD 
O'NEAL WILLIAMS, 
formerly known es IR- 
VI NG TED RICK 
WILLIAMS, a 7 yeer old 
minor male child, and for e 
Change of Name of such 
child to EDWARD O'NEAL 
VODER, by AAAANOA V. 
YODER and MICHAEL A. 
YODER, wife end 
husband. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of thto suit to 
for the adoption of Edward 
O'Neal Williams, a 7 yeer 
old minor male child, end 
for the change of name of 
such minor male child to 
Edward O'eal Yoder by 
Amanda V. Yoder end 
Michael A. Yoder, wife end 
husband, and an affldevit 
having been made and filed 
by the petitioners. Amende 
V. Yoder and Micheel A. 
Yoder, that a valid consent 
to the adoption and ctiange 
of name of such child Is 
Uhobtalneble from Irving 
Guy Williams, the netural 
fether of seld minor child 
end that diligence hes been 
used by end on beheif of the 
petitioners to escertein In 
what County or City the 
seld neturel fether to, 
=^!thout eff(Kt,^and that 
they believe thet the seld 
father Is not e resident of 
the state of VirgJnIe, end 
they pray thet en order of 
publication may be entered 
egainst the neturel fether, 
his last known post office 
address being In cere of his 
mother, Mrs. Leile 0. 
/iiiiams, 616 Westover 
Avenue, Nortolk, VIrglnle, 
end Generel Delivery, 
Webster, Texas. 

it to ordered thet the seld 
Irving Guy Williams to 
appear within 10 deys offer 
due publicetion of this 
order and do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interests. 

It is further ordered that 
the foregoing portion of this 
order be published once a 
week for 4 successive 
weeks In one Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspeper 
published In the City of 
Virginia Beach, Irglnle. 

John V. Fentreu, Clerk 



Commonweeith 
Vlrglnto, """ "^ 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on Nie 
24th dey of April, 1979. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



Andrea Lynn Oreen> 

Pieintltt. 

against 

Roy Lee Green, Oefendaiif;"' 

The Oblect of thto U0ffi 
to obtain a divorce e vMi 
cuto from the said defen.- ' 
dent upon the grounds Of 
desertion. 

And an affldevit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been used 
by or inbehalf of the 
comptoinant to ascertain in 
which county or cor. 
poretion the defendant to. 
without effect, the laet 
known poet office eddreu 
being: 1300 West Wittto 
Neck Road. Virginia 
Beech. Vlrglnto. 

It to ordered that he do 
eppeer here within ten ( 10) ' 
deys offer due publifattoJLv 
hereof, end do whet me y w 
neceesary to protect jfK/ 
interest in thto suit. '^ 



John V. Fenh-ees, Ctork v 
By: J. Curtto Fruit, Deputy ;'•, 
Clerk 

Bebeles. Brilch & Cloud V 
Atientic Netlonat Bank ,> 
Building 
Nortolk, Virginia 

54,10,17.24hIT- 

Comm^ 
Vlrglnto. 

in the Clerk's Office «f 
the Circuit Court of the City ' 
of Vlrglnto BOKh, on ihe 
27th dey ftf-'Aprn, 19T3. 

ORDER OF 
PUILICATiON 

GeryW. PedJgo, Plaintiff. 

egelnst 

Marela Pedlgo, Defendant^- 

The oblect of this |glt to 
to obtein e divorce a nnenea 
et ttwro from the seld 
dependent upon the' 
grounm of cruelty and 
desertion. 

And en effldavit having 
been mode end filed thet 
the defendent to e neiV, - 
resident of the Stete Of' 
VIrglnle, the lest known 
poet office address being: 
Box 171, Crossvllle, Ttn- 



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JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK. 

Phyllis N. Styron Deputy 

Clerk 

Mr. Osle H. Gay, Jr., Atty. 
2871 River Road, 
VTrglnla Beach, Virginia 
5-3,10,17, 244T 



CATON 8. WRIGHt 
Attorneys at Law 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

5-3,10,17,24-4T 



It Is ordered that the do 
eppeer here within ten ( 10) 
deys efter due publlcatuon 
hereof, end do whet may be 
fteceesery to protect -her- 
Interest in tois suit 

John V. PentroH, Clerk . 
By: J. Curtto Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. :•' 



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10 oMoin divorco ■ vin- 
culo molrlmonll from tlM 
wM Oolofidont upon tiM 
arountfi of doMTtlon. 

And on offMovlt having 
kaon matfa ond fllod tiMt 
Hw dalandont li a non- 
raaMyf af ttM Stat* of 
VlrgMa, ItM last known 
poof offico addraw baing: 
im Mynro Una. Mam- 
pUte, T a nn o ia aa aiw. 

If H ordarad that sIm do 
•ppoor haro wimn ton (W) 
day* afiar duo puWlcatlon 
haroof , and do wiMt may ba 
nacaaaary »o proloct har 
Ml IMS lult. 



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Clark 

Moara & •rydgaa 

t41| Pacific Avanuo 
VHvMa •ooch, Virglnlo 
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Cominonwoalth of 
Vlffinla, 
^ In itw Clark'i Offica of 
MM Circuit Court of th« City 
of Vlrfhiia Boach, an the 
inti day of April, ^m. 

MOIROP 
PUBLICATION 

Vlckl D. Strotburs. 

Plaintiff, 

aoainat 

Oouflos K. Straiburg. 

Oafandant. 

Tt.a obioct of thit wit is 
for MM told plaintiff to 
aMam a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from tht Mid 
dofondont, upon the 
ground* of doaartion. 

And an affidavit having 
baan modo ond tllad thot 
MM dala ndon t It not a 
roaidant of Mm Stato of 
Virglnlo. Miat dua dillganct 
by or In 
of MM plalntiH to 
Mcartam In which county 
«r corporation and the 
dafandant H, wIttMut ef- 
loct, hit loot knoiwn pott 
oHIeo oddroia havina baon 
1403 Soddlar Court, 
Virginia Boodi, Virginia. 

It It ordorod Hwt ho do 
ippair hara wIMiln 10 (tan ) 
day* aflor duo p«H>lication 
Mraof , and do ««Mt may be 
nacaiaary to protect hit 
talaraat m Milt tuit. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLIRK. 

PMyliit N. Styren Deputy 

Clork. 

Mr. Oaio H. Gay. Jr., AHy. 
a?1 River Road, 
VIrglnio ■ooch, Virginia 
S-I.10.17,M.4T 

VIROINIA: 

IN TMB CLERK'S 
OPFICe OF THE CIR 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITV OF VIROINIA 
•tACHOMTHE27MOAY 
OF APRIL. 1f73 

MARY A. UZZLE and 
JAMCS W. ASKEW. 
pwiniiiiBi 

BSTHIR ASKEW, ANNIE 
A. SPARROW. 
LAWRENCE ASKEW, 
■UOINC ASKEW. 
CATHE R INE A . 
WILLIAMS. HARRIET 
ASKEW. 



OHDIROP 
PUBLICATION 

TIM aWoct Of Mm above 
•tylod lult It to partition 
f«ol property locotid in the 
CHy of Virginia Beach, 
Virglnlo. and commonly 
umm and numbered as 
ite SeuMt Birdnedi Rood, 
Virginia Booch, Virginia. 

Itoppoor^byAHidavit 
Mad a«ordlng to law Mwt 
gygana Ailww, CattMrine 
A. WMIIamt, and Harriet 
MMw are non-roMdeMt to 
Mm Commonweoith of 
Vlralnig. It It ordered »»t 
ttw^W IwiMne tohew, 
Coltiartno A. Wllllomt, and 
HprrMI Aikaw do oppeor 
wIMiM iwonty-one (ID 
days lllar *>• publication 
7M0Oi«r to MM ClertCt 

0»fleolpM»o««Cow^«2 
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Virginia: 

The regulor meeting of 
Mm Council of Mm City of 
Virginia Beach will be hold 
In the Council Chambert of 
the Administration 
Building, City Hall, 
Princots Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
on Monday, May 21, 1973. at 
2:00 p.m. at which time the 
following applications will 
bo hoard: 
KIMPSVILLR BOROUOH 

1. Application of church 
of God of Prophecy by Rev. 
V. E. Byrd for a USE 
PERMIT Je cOTOtruct a 
church on certain property 
located on me West tide of 
Princett Anne Road 
beginning at a point 1093.26 
feet North of Srandywine 
Rood, running a distance of 
231 feet along Mie West side 
of Princess Anne Rood, 
running a distance of 343.98 
feet along ttM Southern 
property Una. running a 
distance of 231 .33 feet along 
me Western property line 
and running a distance of 
407.43 feet along the 
Northern property line. 
Sold parcel contains 2 
acres more or less. 
(Kempsville Manor Lark 
Downs Areas). KEMPS 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANNE AND 
KEMPSVILLE BORO- 
UGHS 

a. Application of Green 
Run Corp. of Virginia 
Beach for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Residence 
DuplOK District 1 (ROD to 
Planned Unit Development 
District (PUD) to be added 
to the existing Green Run 
Planned Unit Development 
(Phase IV) and re 
establishment of existing 
PUD In Phast IV to ac. 
compllsh compatibility. 
Proposed change of zoning 
Is known as the Buckner 
Tract, Property of Shirley 
A. Buckner as recorded in 
AAap Book 11, Page 20 
contoining 58.270 acres 
located west of the 
Virginia Electric and 
Power Co, Right of Way 
and North of the future 
Tidewater Community 
College site. Plats with 
more detailed Information 
are available In the Office 
of the Department of City 
Planning. (Green Run 
Area). PRINCESS ANNE 
AND KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGHS. 

VIROINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH 

3. Applicotlon of the 
Sinclair Hotel by Stanley 
Martin, Owner for a USE 
PERMIT for bicycle 
rentals in conjunction with 
the Sinclair Hotel on 
certain property located on 
ttM East tide of Atlantic 
Avenue beginning at a 
point 100 feet South of 27th 
Street on the Eastern 
portion (Oceanfront) of Lot 
4, Block 65, Map III 
Extended of Virginia 
Devekipment company, 
said portion is 20 <eet by 10 
feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUOH 

4. Application of Mm City 
of Virginia Beach for a 
USE PERMIT to construct 
municipal buildings on 
certain property beginning 
at a point 1 160 feet more or 
less West of First Colonial 
Road at Mm Western ex 
tremlty of Sir William 
Osier Drive, and 1530 feef 
mare or less East of Great 
Neck Road, running Nortti 
of Old Donation Road 
(Proposed). Sold parcel is 
bounded on tt^e East by 
property now or formerly 
of Grayson M. Whitehurst, 
Jr., on the South by 
property, now or formerly. 
Of Princess Anne Memorial 
Pork, inc., and on the 
North by Property, now or 
formerly, of Edmund L. 
Whitehurst, et al, and on 
the West by the City of 
Virginia Beach (Lynn- 
haven Junior High 
school) and property, now 
or formerly. Princess Anne 
MEMORIAL Park, Inc., 
ana contains 28 acres more 
or lets. Plats with more 

■ detailed information are 
available in the Office of 
the Department of City 
Planning. (General 
HMpital of Virginia Beach 
Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

5. Application of 
Firestone Tire & Rubi>er 
Co., by Ttwmos C. Broyles, 
Attorney, for a USE 
PERMIT for the sale and 
service of tires, iMtterles 
end accessories on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 479.11 feet East of 
Nevan Rood, running a 
distance of »0 feet along 
the South side of Laskin 
Rood, running a distvKe of 
2M.64 feet along the 
Eastaro property line, 
running a distance «^ 193.87 
feat along Nw souMMm 
^roparty iMm mm rvrnttog a 
dttta«H»«( Mt.Mfaat alang 
Mm watt a m praparty ifcM. 
SaM parcal cantomt 1.01 
Km mora ar Mt. (Hllltep 
Area). LYNNHAVEN 



BOROUGH. 

6. Application Of wells 
Motorcycle Co., for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Limited Commercial 
District 2 (CL2) to General 
Commercial District 2 (C- 
G 2) and a USE PERMIT to 
operate a retail nrMtorcycIa 
dealership and service on 
certain property located on 
the south side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard acrott 
from Hufton Lane and 91.60 
feet West of Parker Lane, 
running a distance of 150 
feet along the South side of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
running a distance of ISO 
feet along the Western 
property tine, ronnfng a ^ 
distance of ISO feet along 
the Southern property line 
and running a distance Of 
150 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 22,500 square feet. 
(London Bridge Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

7. Application Of Cass 
Corporation for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Suburban 
District 4 (RS 4) to 
Limited Commercial 
District 3 (CL 3) on certain 
property located at the 
Northwest corner of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard 
and Caren Drive, running a 
distance of 92 feet along the 
North side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, running 
a distance of 88 feet along 
the West side of Caren 
Drive, running a distance 
of 105 feet along thoNorth- 
ern property line and 
running a distance of 100 
feet along the Western 
property line. Said parcel 
is known as Lot 1, Block B, 
Section One, BIrchwood 
Gardens. (BIrchwood 
Gardens Area). . LYNf 
HAVENI BOROUGH. 

8. Application of 
Chesapeake Lynnhaven 
Properties for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Duplex District 
2 (R D 2) to Limited 
Commercial District 2 (CL 
2) and a USE PERMIT to 
construct 400 motel ef- 
ficiency apartments on 
certain property located at 
the Intersection of Page 
Avenue, Cherry Tree Place 
and Shore Drive, North and 
South of Page Avenue: 

Parcel 1: Change of 
zoning from RD 2 to CL 2 
and a Use Permit to con. 
struct 400 motel efficiency 
apartments. On certain 
property located at the 
Northeast corner of Page 
Avenue and Cherry Tree 
Place, running a distance 
of 550 feet along the North 
side of Page Avenue, 
running a distance of 728.33 
feet along the East side of 
Cherry Tree Street, run 
ning a distance of 429.79 
feef along the Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 628 feet along 
the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel Is known at 
Lotsl,2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 
9, Block 2, Plat of Lynn- 
haven Shores and con- 
tains 6.633 acres. 

Parcel 2; Change of 
zoning from RD 2 to CL 2: 
Beginning at a point 225 
feet more or less East of 
the intersection of Cherry 
Tree Place, Shore Drive 
and Page Avenue and 
running a distance of 50 
feet along the South side of 
Page Avenue, running a 
distance of 163.80 feet along 
the Western property line, 
running a distance of 50 
feet along the North side of 
Shore Drive and running a 
distance of 186.95 feet along 
the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel is known as Lot 
3, Block 4, Plat of Lynn, 
haven i Shores. Said parcel 
contains 8750 square feet 
more or less. (Lynnhaven 
Shores. Said parcel con 
tains 8750 square feet more 
or less. (Lynnhave -Shores 
Area). lYNNHAVEH 
BOROUGH, ' 



BAYSIOE BOROUOH 

9. Application of 
Ebenezer Baptist Church 
for a USE PERMIT to 
construct a church on 
certain property tieginning 
at a point 184.47 feet South 
of Maywood Boulevard 
running a distance of 318.M 
feet along the West side of 
Baker Road, running a 
distance of 323.87 feet along 
the Northern pro|)erty line 
arKi running a distance of 
362 88 feet along the 
Southern property line. 
Said parcel is triangular in 
shape. (Diamond Lake 
Estates Area) BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

10. Application q4 Broken 
Needles, inc., by William 
F Burnside, Attorney, for 
a USE PERMIT for bible 
studies, religious training 
and counseling (nonprofit 
organization) or certain 
profwrty beginning at a 
point 332.52 feet East Of 
Lawrence Drive, rurmli>g a 
distance of 142.5 feet along 
the South sloe of ConnM 
Lane, running a dittanca of 
101.88 feet along the 
Sattarn property line, 
running a dMtonn of 14B44 
Mat alan» Mm sauMMfti 








along tha Wattam property 
Una. Said parcal It known 
at $445 Connie Lane and 
containt 0.77 acre mere or 
leti, (Nawtoma Farm 
Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

Richard J. Webbon 
City Clark 

$-3.10-n 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In Mia Clark't Offica of 
the Circuit Court of Mia City 
of Virginia Baach. on ttw 
20Mi day of April. 1973. 
ORDBROF 
ILICATION 



in 
a <Mttw«a at aoJl fa« 



AAay TOfSTDInw RimalT. 

Plaintiff, 

agalnat. 

JamatRlchard Ruttali. 

Defendant. 

The object of Milt tuit it 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the tald dafandant. upon 
Mie grounda of Mie partiat 
having llvad taparata and 
apart without any 
cohabitation and wIMiout 
any interruption for tiM> 
yeart. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant It not a 
resident of Mie State of 
Virginia, the latt known 
post office addreu baing. 
P.O. Box 1000, Building 7. 
Seogovllie. Texas. 

It it ordarad Miat ha do 
appear here wIMiln tan (10) 
dayt after dua publication 
hereof, and do what nMy ba 
necettary to protect hit 
Intaratt In Milt ault. 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
700 Duke Straat 
Norfolk, Virginia 
A copy— Tatta: 
John V. Fanh^an: Clark 
By Sandra Hargrvo O. 
Clerk 
4-26-5-3, 10,17-4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH ON THE 1ITH 
DAY OF APRIL, 1973 
IN RE: ADOPTION OF 
TERRI RAE DEINES, 
under the age of fourtaan 
yeart. 

C73-3I6-A. 
ORDER 
THIS DAY CAME John 
C. Miller and AAabal Elian 
Zimmerman Miller. 
Petltionert, and 
repraaantad unto Mie Court 
that Mit object of Miit 
procaading It to affect tha 
adoption of tha above 
named Infant by John C. 
Miller and Mabel Elian 
Zimmerman Millar, 
hutband and wife, and 
Affidavit having baan 
made and filed MMt Mia latt 
known addrett of John i. 
Delnet, tha natural faNMr 
of the said child, wat U.S. 
Naval Schoolt Command. 
Vallejo, California; It It 
therefore 

ORDERED that the 
natural father appear 
before Milt Court wIMiln 10 
dayt after publlcalon of 
Milt Order and Indicate hit 
attitude toward the 
propoted adoption or 
otherwise do what it 
necessary to protect hit 
interest in Milt propoaad 
adoption; It Is further 

ORDERED that the 
foregoing portton of thit 
Order of Publlcatkm be 
publlthed once a weak for 
four tuccatslve waaitt in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
new^Mper having general 
circulation In Hie City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
CLERK 

By : PhyltltN.Styont.D.C. 
S. Beryl Adier, Esq. 
Attorney for Petltionart 
706 Plaza One, 
Norfolk, Virginia 33510 

4-36-5-3.10.17-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk't Office 

of the Circuit Court of Mm 

City of Virginia Baacti, on 

Mm ISMi day of April, 1973. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

Mentor Cook Brown, 

Plaintiff, 

againtt 

Rebecca L. Brown, 

Drtandant. 

Thaobjactof Miit tutt it to 
Obtain a divorce a 'M«na 
Et Thoro, from Mm laM 
iefandant, , upon the 
groundt of dMartton. 

ATM an aftlMvM having 
bean made and filed MMt 
the dafandant It not a 
rethMnt of Mm Safa of 
Virp'nla, Mm latt known 
Poat oNica addran batag 
4323 Eott Capital Street 
Washington, D.C. 

It It ordered Miat tlM do 
ai^aar hare wHhto W (tan) 
dayt attar dua puMlcaftan 
hereof, and do wfiat fvisy ba 
nac^Mry to protect har 
Intarett bi MiM wH. 
A copy— TaMa: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
CLCRK 

By Linda Noal Hill Oaputy. 
CMrk. 
j«Mt B. Burt 

v I, Baadi. Vlr^iM 

4-M,S4.M,t74T 



Commonwealth of 
Virginia. 

In Mia Clark't Offica «f 

MM Circutt Court of MM City 

of Vlrginta Baach. en Mm 

13MI day et April, 1979. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATIOff 

Janice Boundt Orubaupti. 

Plaintiff. 

•galntt 

Thomat Warren 

Orubaugh, Dafandant. 

Tha object of Milt ault it 
to obtain a divorce amenaa 
at Mioro from the aaW 
defendant, upon the 
groundt of conitructlve 
detartlon. 

_jtattjiLi mtfdVlt M viiiB 
bean made and filed Niaf 
Mm defendent it a non- 
retMwit of Mm State of 
Virginia. Mm latt known 
poet office addreaa batog: 
6515 watt Fox Ridge Drive, 
Apartment 241, Mlaaien. 
Kantai , 

It It ordered Miat he do 
appear hare within ten (Ml 
dayt Mer due puM lc afl ow 
hereof, and do what may be 
necettary to protect hia 
Interett In Milt tuit. 
A copy— Tette: 
John V. Fanh^ia. Clerk 
By: J. Curtit Fruit Deputy. 
Clerk 

Sacks, Sackt d Tavti 
FIrtt & AAerchanta Bank 
Building 

Norfolk. Virginia 
4-263-3.10.17-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia. 

in Mm Clark't Office of 
MM Circuit Court of Mm City 
of Virginia Baacii. on Mm 
aOM) day of April. 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
William Maynard Engiiah. 
Jr.. Plaintiff, 

againtt ^ - 

Linda Page Farguaen 
Gyokee Engllth, Defen- 
dant. 

The object of Milt tuit It 
to obtain a divorce A 
Menta Et Thoro to be 
merged at a Later date Into 
a divorce A Vinculo 
AAatrimonll from Mia taid 
defendant upon the 
grounda of deiertion of the 
Conpielnant, William 
AAaynard Engllth. Jr. by 
the Retpondent, Linda 
Page Ferguion Gyokee 
Engllth on or about Friday. 
April 4, 1973. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed Miat 
due dUigance hM been uaod 
by cr on behalf of tiM 
Comaiainant, to atcertain 
In wnat county or cor- 
poration Mie defendant la 
wIMwut affect: Mm latt 
known pott addreaa balna: 
15 Watt Glebe Read, 
Alexandria, Virginia. 

It la ordered Mwl the da 
appear here within ten (10) 
dayt after dua puWIcatlen 
heretf , and do what may ba 
naceaaary to prelect her 
Interett In Mila tuM. 
A copy — THte: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

By Sandra Hargrove 0. 
Clark 

Stephen Marguilaa 
11 Selden Arcade 
Norfolk, Virginia 
4-l>.5-3,10,17,-4T 

COMAMNWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

In Mm Clarkt Office of 
MM Circuit Court of Mm Ctty 
of Virginia Baach. on Mm 
Drd day of April, 1973. 
ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 
Creed C. Bright, PlalntIN, 
'agakMl 

AAona Laavern Bright, 
Defendent. 

The object of Mdt tuit It 
for Nie taM plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce A VkKule 
Matrimonii from Mm aaid 
defendant, upon the 
groundt of two yoara 
teparatkxi. 

And an affldavN having 
baan made and tiled MMt 
the defendant it net a 
rttident of Mm State of 
Virginia, and Mia latt 
known pott offlM add rit * 
being: Corley, Wett 
Virginia, 

It it ordered Mwt aha da 
appear here wHhin W (ten) 
dayt after due piMicatlen 
hereof, and do what may be 
naceaaary to protect her 
interett In Mili tuit. 
A copy TMte: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS. CLERK. 
Phyliit N. Styron. Deputy. 
Oerk. 

Mettrt. Kelberg B 
Chlidrett. 
PlenOne 
Norfolk Virginia lUW 

4.aa44.M),l74T 

Commonwealth 9* 
Virginia, in Mm darkt 
OtfiM of MM Circutt Cturt 
ef MM CMy ef VirBWa 
Baadi. on MM ITMi day ef 
April. 197). 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

KanneMi TMnwa iwmier, 
PlaMlff, 

Lena Dale WinMr. 



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Miand, Marylind. 
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nlVM^VvT in ^W» OlWie 

A eepy-Toete: 

J0HI8 V. PtNTRISS. 

CLIRK 

Linda Neel HHI. Deputy 

C lerk 

^i#odof# A. poyco 

in N. Plate Trail 

Va. Beech, Ve. 

4,H,aM4.tMT 

VIROINIA: IN THI 
CIRCUIT COURT OF TMl 
CITY OF- VIROINfA 
BIACH 

IN RI: IM^THl MAT- 
TIR OF ADdPTION O^ 
INFANTS KNOWN AS 
LINDA Lll RIVNOLJM 
and ' MARK Lll 
REYNOLDS 



ORMMOP 
PUBUCATION 

TIM oblect ef MiK autt It 
MM edeptlan ef Mm Infant 
children nemed eBeve toy 
Mie Betltlanars. 

An effMevtt Mving been 
mede thef the ne turel 
mother ef tlM- children 
teught te be e da pt ad la wet 
a reaidtnt ef Mm Stete ef 
viTBhile end her leet 



Mra. MiirBaret Orece 

Reynaidt' 

c-o T.O. Ounn 

my svmn _.., 

Lea vaBaa.-'Neveda WiM 
It It «R0IRID in ac- 
cordance wIMi Cede Section 
«3.l-3»*ef MM Cade et 
Virginia that Mra. 
MarBaret Orece Reyntjdt 
do apoaar here wMiln ten 
days eftar due puWicetlen 
of Nile Order end do wiidt M 
necaaaary te pfeleet her 



It It furMMr ORDIRIO 
Miet MMfereBetog pertien 
of Mil* order be puWIahed 
once a week far teur auc- 
ceaalve weeka In ttie 
Virginia Beech Sun. 
A Mpy Teate: Je|m V. 
Fentreta, Oark 
By Sandra HarBreua. D.C. 

I ASK FOR THIS: 
Frank i. Butler, ill. 
Attorney for tlie 
pefiTioneri 
4-1f,IM-XI»4T 

Commonweelth ef 
verglnia. 

In MM Clerks Office ef 
MM Circutt court ef mm City 
of Virginle Baach. an Mm 
iSNi day ef Aarli, W)- 
ORflimOP 
PUBLICATION 
Harry Raymend Seucy. 
Plaintiff, 



Diane Lae HempMn Sewcy. 



TMobiectefNiltaidtit 
le e btekt e «uerce e menea 

if ttliMf wTMH .M# SWv 

defendent. uROn tke 
groundt ef daaartun. 



la net e 
reaidant of Mm Stele ef 

>0rBlnle. MM leal knewn 
^ efflca eddreaa bekig 
SIM VkM «raai. Apt. C 
Orenga CalNamla. 

It la ardered Miat fiM dt 
appear hare iMMn M (tan) 
deya a ffar due puBllcetlew 

fiocMury M pMOCt RV 

ifltontt Ml fflit MNv* 

H. CMykiSpeto . 
ant ve: Baedi BNd. 
vir«tole Beech, ve. 
A oapy-teete: 
JOHN v. FCNTRIM. 
CLIRK ... 

Linda Neat Hill, p. CMrk 
4-fa*44,1B4T 

VIROINIA: IK TMI 
CLIRK'S OFPICI ON 
THI CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THI CITY OF VIROINIA 
BlAOt ON TNI lltH 
DAY OF J^RIL. Wi. 
INCNMlCmV 
NaC.fS4Ni« ^ 
DAVIO ALLISON. 
AM R O N end 
ROSAMOND WARE 
OAMRONPetWanlaadi 
AMY WARE HOWILL 
OIIDIROf*# 
PUMJCATieil 
TMMeWeeteiBMwitN 
far MMpaWleiiarele r"-- 



CMBifiad dltBlay SIJ4 
per celeeiR lock, with a 
mlnlmun dierge ef Sr.li 
eanpt en ceekrect betlt. 
.Betleete«alat:Flratu 
wdrdt le ttralBkl 
cieaaMlad are sa.eo Lower 
ralea may be aaraad. 

0IAOLINI far 
clattliled • ciaHlflad 
ditplay it Neon ee the 
Teetday prior te 
pebHcatlee dale. 

Piece adt al Am SUN 
afflce IM S. Ratameet 
•d., Va. Beach, va. l>4St, 
ar mail te^cnitlftM^ 
Detk > or phone 4««->«3S or 
400.S494. ClettlHedi are 
priced aa cath betlt » 
payeieat It dee upon 
itateltlelejeelj^^ 




MumwiHi Air 



-. J PERSONAL . NOTICE 




MIKE — Much tove on 
Mem't Dey Fatty, Mike. 
Weeg, Denny and Baa 

MOM — With we were In 
Opportunity Heppy 
tMUm-* Pay-OMSDliM 

WINNIE — Sorry you 
mitad your BIrNiday party. 
Are Celebrltlet Miat Great? 

LIKE TO KISS? - (who 
deetnt) Twirlettet do. and 
wlll, at ttMir Carnival Sat. 
At. FJk. Plaiel 

MIKE — NO rfHifter what, I 
love you. — ,Betty 

CD. B D. — MoMMr's Day 
It nicer becauta of you . I 
LOVE YOUl 

MOM — Sunday't your 
day. have dad do Hie 
oeeklng. Patty 

RENIE — Happy MoMmt's 
Dey. but you're ttlli one 
NMrt. Pat. 

KATHY — A«aybe next 
yeer you'll qooMfy. P^tsy 



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Reader and Advisor 

AdvliOf on <ai Problems of 
LHe such si mmiate, but- 
Ineii, k>ve sffsiis, court- 
diip, elcohol Of if your're 
dck Of in need of help, 
come see Siftet Tins. All 
iCMUiyan piittte and 
conndendali 

Call for Appointment: 

42S97Z2 
1912 Va Beach Hvd. 
Near Oceana 

Vt. Beach, 1 block estt of 
expreaway 



MRS.DUGAN 
loo. Pat. 



love you 



PATTY — tell Aggie i 
haven't had a cigareMe yet. 
Mike 

P^ATTY — Thankt for Mie 
iMlp— I'm learning. Mary. 



LINDA — See you in Mm 
H.L. ward In Mm hospital I 
Terry 



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4-l9JM4.1»4T 

VIROINIA: IN THE 
CLIRK't OFFICI OF 
THI. CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THI CITY OF VIROINIA 
BIACH QM THI IMi DAY 
OF APRIL. HTL 

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RttlrMi, houaMvlvM, «fc.- ^ 
l^art or full tfnw, good pay. 
Local fund drivt. 4M4SS7. 



WELCOME WA&ON 
HOSTESS — OpMMa I* 
T1da-«V«tar Araa 



4^SHAHE KIPl 

NEED RIDE — To AAaxIco 
City In Immodlat* futura. 
Call 4»9M1, or 4M-3430, 
a xtanaton 34. 



and tyMno. Must hava/car 
availabla. Will train. Por 
bitorvlaw call 4n-3Nf . 



Woman-Part-llBia, -lal. 
tphona buslntat U'rm, 
during bwslnaaa ftrai, 
during bualnoM'hnirt. 
Excallant for liouMwift 
witti pra-aclMOl ago 
dilldron. $3.00 par hour, 
writa tax C-4 c-o Virginity 
Baadi Sun. » 



■^BAgYsirriNO -> Mt 
homo (LakavIHa aroa) by 
hour, day, or waak. 
RoaianaWa ratat. 43447Q7. 

BABYSITTING — In rf>y 
homadayt. a and 3 yr. oldlkt 
PrIncaM Anno Plaza-Kinaa 
Arms Apartmonts. 340. 
13i0. " 



14-A MOVING AND 
STORAGE 

HAROLDS TRANSFER 

«».4mor4f740N 

Mastarcharft 



lO—HTS » sun>uii 




Sllld 




S-S^SCIAL iRRVICBS 



Altaratlons-DraMmaking, 
naar 6EX; Mrs. McKin- 
noy, 4W-4445 

CANDY THE CLOWN 
Available: Birthdays, 
Promotional* and Grand 
Openings. C9II 5S7 3497 or 
433 4M«. , 

HOUSEPAINTING — FIrtt 
clasa, insMa or out, $3. par 
hr. plus materials; you buy 
or I buy. Call Mr. Van, 42S- 

MAGIC SHOWS Par- 
ties, Club meetings, 
luncheons, etc. 
Reasonable. Call 340-0297, 
after 5 p.m. 

STORIES, MAGIC, Pup- 
pets — OellghHul 
children's entertainment, 
with audience par- 
ticipation; birthdays, all 
occasions. Anna Ball, 421- 
1104. 

THE PEMBROKE 
J»UPPETS - Are now 
Available for Birthday 
'f*artl»s, Special Events, 
etc. Children and Adult 
entertainment. 497-4141, 

497 09t2. 

VI RGINIA BEACH 
CHIMNEY Sweep and 
fireplace repair, 
i^irepiaces designed, built 
<incl rebuilt. Dampers 
installed and repaired. 
Guaranteed to stop 
smoking. Call 428 7350 
night or day. 



■AIYlBnTBR-Ya«« 



te two boys, aps 2 n4 i, 
ia aqr koaia, ^jiaoa Raa 
Ana)CnMillay7- twm. 
a!4Saja.'lll:ISpja. 
427-6M3. 



Housewives: 




ia4Nilkpa M 





It— NILPWANTnj 



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AMBITIOUS PERSONS — 
Who wants to get ahead and 
earn your worth also op- 
portunity for business 
partner. 420-0132 after 6 
p.m. 

BARTENDERS- Full and 
Part time, experienced. 
420-7974. 

CHAIN SAW OPERATOR 
— Experlencad. Call 420- 
5833. 

MEN » WOMEN (AGE 20 
120) to earn S100 SIOOO per 
month part time, in own 
home. 486-M3S. 



BABYSITTING — 
Educata<r , In 
guide ni-m , 
Playroom ai|d la«ga 
yard. aW-OHO. 7^ ^ 

BABYSlTTlii*-"'-, 
Licensed; lott V love; 
Virginia Baach area; 430- 
0081. 

.• »UM| lW ,M.» ■; ■ 

BiOAROING HOME - for 
■Wl»«n. vary raaspnaMa; 
517-009. 

CHILD CARE -My home, 
reasonable. OS fcoaa. 

Child Cara— My home, 
hourly, night cara, weak; 
licensed. SSS-7309. 

CHILD CARE - in my 
home for working mothers, 
OKperiencad;. age 1-5. aS3- 



CHURCH CHOIR 
DIRECTOR - 
Experienced In all phasas. 
5S0«10» after 5. 

DESIRES CAREER 
POSITION Experience as . 
follows, 2 yrs. general 
rfporting and editing 
women's page; 3 yrs 
secreterial work, type 5j 
wordy per minute, 
newspaper layout, 
copyreading ; insurance 
(auto and homeowners) 
rating and working up 
ordeirs, filing, dictaphone 
and' adding machine. Call 
4V3674. , 

JExfariafK^ Lady desires 
raceptkmist, clerk, or stock 
work. 420-33M. 



I9-H0USI FOR SALE 



BRITTANY ESTATES — 
SouNiaiit Points, laka front, 
4 bedrooms. Brick ranch 
349-4174. 



BROMLEY 
WATERFRON.f Nice 4 
bedroom, 2 baths, at 
tached garage, fenced 
backyard, refrigerator, 
stove, wall to wall car 
peting included. Owner. 

8574165. 

CARRIAGE HILL: 3 
bedrooms with attached 
garage, fenced yard. Pay 
equity and aaaume loan. 
Call Roy Wilkas 400-17M. 
twe trade) HIgglns Realty, 
Inc.. 4BM041. 



Lhasp Apao — « 
AKC Rsglsterad, shots and 
wormed, tovas children; 
must sell, $131. 434-3730. 

fNORWEtOAN ELK ' 
HOUND . Male, 

AKC reg., wish to mate. 
Only tee pick of HHar. 
Harry Varshall, 425 5510. 

PARAKCrrS FOR SALE 
— Fancy ttrafci. Haalttiy 
baW aa oth e r types. 4f7-Sl01 
or 4»7-ai9a. 

PERSIAN — Brown tabby 
mala, weeks; siso stud 
service, male sliver. 499- 
M04. 



FASHION PATTERN 
AAAKER, designer. Per- 
manent freaianca at home, 
C F I g r adilat a. 
Experienced. SSS-24S«. 

HOUSEKEEPER — To do 
.3 or 4 days a weak. One 
place. 545.5775. 

OFFICE CLEANING 
Night time. Aragona 
Village preferred. Call 
499-2154, after 4 p.m. 



. HELLO 

ff yon can ^y a morical 
iailnBeat, dni: haves 
bead at aauical gmap, 
better mfste witk Capricoia 
locddag Afeacy, 399-2139. 



MOTEL MANAGER-- 
Experienced for 100 room 
Va. Beach motel. Sober 
only. Good salary and ; 
fringe benefits. Send:^ 
resume. All replies con- ' 
fMenttal. Write: P.O. Box 
11141, Norfolk, Va. 23517. 




BLO(H>D(mORS 
NEEDED 

Earn fanmcdkte carii. S40to 
MOa moatt; Hood ptaana 
O^nflyaaeded. DELMARVA 
■ialqricala,lac.733Gfairt>y 



SALES TRAINEBS 
Rtgaraicu of your put work 
background, wc may bt aMt M 
tram you lor local full lima mM» 
UIO.W AAonlMy lo ttart. Cel' 

mva. 



Io*fOAy bImsitY 

H AlfP >^ O A Y S KIN- 
- OEttfA«'TEN- - And 
-4itA^-*Kfitt Center. Stale 
TSnsed tor 2, 3, 4, and 5 
year olds. Open 7 a.m. - 6 
p.m.^^e«r . aroiind.' Call' 
428'45tfS to #nroH Located 
at i]|2<Fremac Drive (off 
taskin Road between 
Hilltop . ^nd oceanfront). 



GOING, GOING, GONEI 
— Sell your hom#~fast with 
a Sun Classified Ad! Call 
484-3433. 



LARK DOWNS — 3 
bedrooms ranch, many 
extras, m yrs. old 
133,500. No agents. 497-2M1. 

POINT ELIZABETH 
Lovely brick ranch on 1 
acre waterfront lot.Dlning 
room. Living room, extra 
large kitchen, 3axh-a large 
bedrooms, family room 
with firaplaca. 2V^ baths, 
large utility room, 2 car 
garage equipped fOr boat 
storage, storm doors and 
windows, electric air filter 
and humidifier. Only 
155,000. for quick sale. Call 
Gracaor Joe Robinson, 464- 
4839. We h'ade. HIgglns 
Realty; Inc., 404-4041. 

POINT-O-VIEW — in 
Kempsvlile. Two story 
colonial. 5 bedroom, 
master bedrooms suite 
with dressing room is on 
first floor. Cherry paneled 
den with cozy brick 
fireplace, formal living 
room, formal dining room, 
hfvo and a half iMttis, large 
kitchen, laundry room, 
double V»aigej'l«ts of attic 
storage <^ca.' "Hardwood 
floors; h6' fhllntenance 
brick (first floor) and 
coionial alumihum siding 
(second floor) exterior. 
Storm windows. Oversize 
comerlot with fenced back 
yard. Brick patHi. Central 
air conditioning. A 
beautiful home in orte of 
area's most desirable 
neighborhood. SS5,000. Call 
497-4973 after 4 p.m. for 
appointment with owner. 




S-LOST AND POUND 

GLASSES - Lost in 
Lighthouse Restaurant 
district of Va. Beach 
Speedway, or, Cherry- 
Pearson's. Name inside 
frame, Oiga Edwards. Call 
404.3430, extension 44, or 
4355310 after 4 p.m. 

MINITURE COLLIE — 
AAale, 3 months old; 
Princess Anne Plaza Area, 
no tags, child's pet; 
reward. 404-1461. 



SALESPEOPLE 



Full or partllmc. no axparlanca 
n*ct$(ary. High commiMlom. For a 
confklantlal inltrviaw, contact Mr. 
Strickland, 4W7IS0. 



VOICE LESSONS — 
Beginners, ■ advance.d. 
James MOrriason, 428- 
0587. 



Princess Anne Plaza: 
Large family ? 5 bedroom 
colonial home, V/i baMis, 
large den, garage, comer 
lot, fenced backyard. Call 
I "■" Hill, 340-5244. (we 

mSTIUCTIOra trade). HIgglns Realty, 

I I Inc., 404-4041, 



ME N - WOM EN .jCOWLES 

your owB bond! Eindai 
boB $100 to $1,000 pcf 
■MMdh. FotippoialBMat 

** 497.«575 



GMlj^MtSIC SCHOOL 

GinTXH CLASSES 
InPelBteokaArea 
SiUhMttnafht InSnaU 
GiDape.Ai«pofding to Aset 

4a»1428 



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DoiMDisuuniiiJoir 

Si«i«MataWa|T Dial 
mrisMa^. HaOwiifyMfn 
MMIiraM. OMOihihtlna 

«7431l,cil9toi 


J4-IWI#WAHTIP.MAU 


AUTO MECHANIC - Must 
haw* hand fools. SIB-TIII. 



CARPET SHAMPOOER— 
Win train, good pay, own 
transportatkm. 484-SS19. 

Easy Indoor Work. Day or 
evening. Cash daily. 420- 

fsaa. , 

SfiMl.ORIVERS 
NEEDED — No experience 
necessary. Will train. Earn 
IMO. to $400. per week. For 
applicatton, call 317439- 
0138. or write to Associated 
lystams, 1040 East 
Washington St., m- 
Man^olls, Indiana, 44302. 

16-HnjP WAWTED TOIIAU 

ACTIVE WELCOME 
WAGON — Expansion , 
provides opening for 
ticaleiiiei in the Tidewater 
area. Ambitious, enioy 
nmrkino with community. 
Ma of< own car, flexible 
hours, attractive income. 
Military O.K. Write Box C- 
S. c« The Virginia Baach 

MiClD-Aftemoons. For Day 
Care-Centw^. Call 4n 4545 
lor appointment. 

i»ART.TIME TYPIST.3I- 
as.«ftla,$1.«SloS2.Mpar 
«fs tor fwv« manuscrMMs. 
3S WMM. 430-1041. 



PART TIME: 

HMMrtw/Marii OR lo-laocb. 
M HiKSOoM^)!*!!!*! 
%im SUI looi Mi liaoi 

MMf.PiRi«4S6-7026 



WANTED 
BOOKKEEPER 





Hm lA|^rii.lndi Sm 

UHMMMrtwi 

Vbfirii'iMdi, Vl. 
PiMiit!<IM43l 



20-AFTS..FUlWinCD 

Share — SInole girl to 
share with same, 2 
bedroo m apt., Va. Beedt, 
340-1139 or 340-5191. 

EFFICIENCY-ln private 
home, central location, 
burinass lady p ra fef r ed. 
4»9M3. 



WINDSOR WOODS — Air 
oonditkmedl 3 bedroom, 2 
bath ranch, large family 
room, dlAing room, fenced 
yard. Call Eiila Talanian, 
340-1490. We trade. HIgglns 
Realty, Inc. 404-4041. 

WINDSOR OAKS* — By 
owner, 5 bedroom, 3 belhs, 
carpeted, drapes, air 
cortdltioner, all appliances, 
den with fireplace, fenced 
yard, screened porch. July 
occupancy. $43,000. 404- 
4454. 



36-LOTS AND ACREAGE 

LINKHORN BAY — 
Exclusive waterfront acre 
on beautiful wooded site. 
By owner. 484-3414. 

34.A— RESORT PROPKrTT 

ALANTON — iVt acres 
plus, on Broad Bay, naar 
the Narrows, deep water. 
From onMier, $34,000. 057- 

sooo. 



17 OUT OF TOWN 

SPACES for Mobile 
Homes. Large, wooded 
tots. Approx. 15 mi. from 
Va. Line, 15 mi. from E. 
City, N.C. and 25 ml. from 
Nags Head. SIS & tao per 
month. Call (919) 453 3332 
after i. 

40-BUSP1E8S PKCTEKTY 



GREEN RUN — 

Townhouse; applicancas, 
air condittonod. 497-0400. 



SALEORTKADE 



la %m, iMy An^ *^ 
AmMag DivalopnMt 

Oil Rqr MmbIbi. 425- 
0955, 497-2S4& 
EVERGREEN REALTTf 




Caivie to live m my honta. 
Meof whole house Call 40 




19-JOWWJWTED 

BABYSITT ING — My 
home; Dl^nond Springs 
area; 5 days. 4404M71 

BABYSITTING — Will 
babyalt In my home, week- 
iNiys 1:36 p.m. to 11:30 
p.m., waMcands 0:00 a.m. 
to mMnlght. Birchweod 
Va. Beach. 340^ 



it-4»ppicE : 

0K5K. SPACE 



PRIME OFFICE SPACE 
New space available in 
modern. SUN building at 
138 S. Rosemont Rd. next 
to Expressway. Large and 
small unit for several 
oHIce use, ready for yoo. 
Call 484^3^0. 



IB-WW » SUPfUB 

FISH I pair Tinfoil 

Barbs; 4 4 inches; SIS. or 
S8 separate. Also, 1 pair 
Jack Dempsey; S inches; 
10. or S4. separate. 499 
3971. 

GREAT DANE PUPPIES 
— Mala, fawn, AKC 
raoMarad, ears cropped; 
$150. or bert offer; terms; 
423^510* 

MALTE SE CAT — 4 
monlliA 9Mt bMutlfirf And 
ftftacttoraiv. MMtfi good 
homo. ^v-#^M* 



PERSIAN CHINCHILLA 
— Sliver, 13 months, 
registered. $45 or beat 
offer. Stud Service ALSO 
4974300. 

PEKINGEESE — Males, 
femele, 8 wks. AKC 
registered, $50. 428.4140. 

Poodle— AKC registered. 1 
year, male, apricot, %\tii 
has pedlv^. M3-3744. 

POODLE PUPS — AKC 
registered, weeks, 
vMirmed, Jrlmmed, paper 
h'amad Black males, 0*5. 

420.4308. * 

WIREHAIRED FOX 
TERRIERS — 3 males, 
beeutiful. $75. 340-1009. 



SI-LIVESTOCk 

GOAT-male, neutered, v^ 
years oM. Call 437-3373. 

55HSARAGE SALE 

YARD SALE — Toys, 
ckrthas, appliances, etc. 
May Mh, 3080 Pewter Rd. 
(Carriage Hill) 

YARD SALE— May 4lh and 
5th, 917 Carriage Hill Rd. 
Proceeds to St. Francis 
Episcopal Church. 




• . M IS C IIU NIOUS 

50 gallons waxiess floor 
finish and 50 gallons 
commerciei stripper. 
Must move immediately 
at $1 per gallon, which is 
fraction of cost. Contact 
jay Brombisy at 486 3430. 

AVON BOTTLES Very 
Old, also some antiques. 
Dial 499 3885. 



BICYCLE New Sears 10 
bpeed, Semperet gum wall 
tires; center pole brakes; 
dual cruising brakes; 
Simplex derraiier. SSO. 444 
923) after i p.m. 

Generator-400 cycles, 
Willis motor, A-1 condlttan. 
500-^40. 

HAIR DRYER - Ge mist, 
professional type, excellent 
condition, $15. 340-9033 
evenings. 

Four Pachlnko Games, in 
wooden frame, wonderful 
for a game room, $100. 34a 
9022 evenings. 

POOL FILTERS — $5.00 
each; Call 340-9609. 

40.A— GOOD THINGS TO 
EAT 

TIDEWATER'S NEWEST 
— Complete line, fresh 
daily; open 7 days. Bubba's 
Seafood Market, Lyn 
nheven inlet, 444-0101. 

<|_WIABlMa AFPABit " 

LADIES APPAREL — 
Spring topper; contall 
dren emi formal size 10 
340-9M6. 

MINK COAT — % length, 
beeutiful let out skin, 
sunburst designed, size 10 
14. $300. 404-4656. 



41-A— JEWELRY « 
WATCHES 

DIAMOND RING — 
Registered, H carat 
Diamond Solitaire with 
wedding band. Yelkiw gold, 
never been worn, $145. 484- 
4915. 

62— BUILDIMO SUPPLIgi 

HOME Builders & Con- 
tractors Let us help you 
with that new home 
additions, or repairs. We 
can furnish materials 
from basement to attic 
and aid you in financing. 
Phone K ELL AM & 
EATON 427 3200. 

«|— MUSICAL IMnrtU>»P*Ti 

SNARE DRUM Red 

sparkle, needs heads, 
otherwise in excellent 
shape. Good for a beginner. 
S10. Dial 427 1787. 



•«--OPf Wl IQUIPMINT 



DICTATING MACHINES 
.one set of two. "Diet A 
phone". Excellent con 
ditlon. 4449395, 428 9179. 



Interested m talephene 
answering equipment for 
office or car'* Call 497 
4411. 



«T— MOUSINOiO OOODS 



AIR CONDITIONERS - 
0,500 BTU. $135. 14,000 
BTU, $150. RCAcotor 2r' 
T.V. $150. 428-0510. 



Air Conditioner- Norge 6000 
BTU; room size; $120. 853- 
1033. 



4 Antique Hepple White 
dialrs; drop leaf table and 
other hjmlture. 420-7930. 

CHERRY KING SIZE 
headboard; upholstered 
back; porteMe televlston 
stand. 430-0074. 



CHINA — Stratfordshire, 
service for 8, white 
background with a light 
blue delicate pattern. $30. 
340-9022 evenings. 

DISHWASHER — Lady 
Kenmore, with chopping 
btock. Good condition, $100. 
464-2783. 

DOUBLE BED, 3 PIECE 
— Bookcase hea<ftoard, 
mattress, box springs, 
sterllzed, 8160 or best offer. 
4254355. 

DOUBLE BED — Mat 
h-ess, box springs, metal 
frame, brand new, must 
sell. 425-5000. 

ELECTROLUX VACUUM 
CLEANERS — Fully 
recondltkmed. Look and 
operate like new. One year 
guarantee. For home 
Demonstration call 497- 
6370. 

ELECTROLUX — Vacuum 
cleaner, all attachments 
and Power nozzle. Newest 
iTX>del out, automatic extra 
Clean $135. 497-3204. 

FREEZER— 6CU. ft. chest 
type, used 4 months, $120. 
423-3004. 

GOLD Slipcover sole and 
armchair— 0125. Curtains, 
all sizes, $15-$35. 4a-0518. 



MAYTAG — Matching 
white washer and dryer; 6 
years old, light use. Both 
$200. 857-0703. 

OSTERMORE MATTR 
ESS — Full firm In- 
nersprlng, used only with 
plastic covering. SSO. 857- 
0703. 

MOVING— MUST SELL: 
house full of furniture; like 
new; call 9-5 583-3166 or 
' after S, 464-0460. 

REFRIGERATOR 14cu. 
ft Hotpoint; self 

defrosting; like new 
condition. SiOO. Call Jay 
Brumbley 486 3430 or 497 
6973. 

REFRIGERATOR — 
Wesfinghouse across top 
freezer, good condition. 
$35. 497-5434 after 4 p.m. 

TABLF Drop leaf dining 
room. Duncan Phyfe. 428 
9179 




Wanted, Indian mrtorcycle 
In any condition; 0S7.«4S. 

WOULD — like to rent 
garden space close to 
Hilltop Area. 42S«S5. 




VILLA GE MANOR-1973, 
$9450. somethino 
EXECUTIVE special, 
Uihra Different. Save at 
Circle Trailer Sales, open 9 
to 9, dial 053- 3952. 

VIRGINIAN 1970, SOxlZ 2 
bedrooms, furnished, 
wmhar, dryer, on tot. Call 
499-3307. 



CAPRI 1971 Ford Capri, 
2000 CC engine. Brown 
with white 'inferkM-. Best 
offer. Call 499 18^. 

1945 Chevelle — 
Automatic; New Paint, 
seat covws, brake lining, 
radial tires; very good 
condition, $550 or best 
•4-1411. . 



TS-ANTigun 



ANTIQUE CHERRY 
TABLE — Drop-leaf, $250. 
425-3939, after i p.m. 




VAUANT-IHS 

Haoayaioon Special 
>bedioa«, boat Utchea, 
ftitaUMd,caipeted. Why 
pty leat whea S30a dowa 
wBbnyyooWslwaie. 
CriliobMyei,SS3-7457. 
Dish«lk.079t 



CHEVROLET — ^73, pick- 
up, 4 wheeldrlve, 1300 
miles, assume balance, or 
best offer, by o«mer. 43S- 
5541. 



BROADWATER - SO", 210 
Crysler nnotor, extras, 3117 
Lynnhaven Drive, Va. 
Beach, 444.30 P. 444-1005. 

CABIN CRUISER — 30' 
diesel, air conditioned, 
heat, hot and cold water, 
head, ship-shore radio, 
depth finder, stMo, sleeps 
4, oven, range, and broiler, 
2 electrical systems, 12 volt 
and 115 volt, recently 
hauled, $4500. 4044143, 399- 
2311 unti 129. 

CRITCHFIELD— 16'V 45 
h.p., h-aller, fiberglass. 464- 



Cris Carff— Constellatton, 
28; hwin engines; excellent 
condition; 587-7886. 

GAS ft DIESEL IM 
PROVER — No. 503.. For 
more gas mileage and leu 
maintenance; for auto'or 
boat engines. Phone 497- 
0578. 

HOUSEBOAT - 1970 See 
N-Ski, fiberglass, 24 feet 
1972 Mercury; 140 h.p. 
Excellent condition. 420- 
5000. 

Performer — 1973, 24', 
cuddy cabin, fully equip- 
ped, trailer. 484-6708. 

Sailboat— AAobiack, 17' 
with trailer; $1000. 855- 
3103, 423 1746. 

Sailboat — 16', needs 
repair, $100, 340-0141. 

SPORTSAAAN — Deluxe; 
14' fiberglass tilt h-aller, 
new 40 h.p. Mercury 
motor, electrical hook-up; 
can be seen 2500 Shafer 
Street, Norfolk 853-1000. 

Trolan— 25' exclellent 
condition, many extras. 
853 2347, 587-4305. 

Winner — 1972 18' bow 
rider, 55 h.p., S600^saume 
balance. 427-5262. 



11— CAAUPWtt. TBAIUES 

APACHE ROAMER — 
1972, with all extras. Stove, 
refrigerator, porta -potty, 
furance. Sleeps 6. Original 
cost, $2800. 340-9791. 

AIRSTREAM — 1960 24' 
double. Single owner, k.w 
mileage, extras. $3750. Call 
587-0455. 

CAMPER — 1961 Bus, 
converted motor home, self 
contained, wood paneled, 
carpeted, sleeps 6 adults, 
never used, must see to 
appreciate, call 8534397. 

FROLIC — 1968, 16', gas 
stove, ice box, sleeps 6, 
self contained, 3-way lights, 
new tires. 460-0678. 

LAYTON 13 ft., ideal for 
sportsman or small family. 
Extras. Call 427-3273. 



TOP(»SH 

Paid tot oMd aioble homes. 
UllackBt 

855-2510 

Va.Lk.0599. 



CHEVROLET - 1945 
Beiaire. Automatic, clean, 
economical, dependable. 
Make offer. 406-5394. 



88-A FOR RENT 

FOR RENT 3 bedroom 
mobile Home, l)ii' baths, 
completely furnished inc. 
washer and air cond. 38 mi. 
South of Norfolk. SIIS per 
mo. Couple' w children 
under 6 preferred, no pets. 
Call 9)9 453 3237 after S 30. 




CHEVROLET - 1971 
Caprice, new fires, loaded. 
$2850. 583-0349. 

COMET . 1M7 Cyclone] 
390, 4 speed, new tires and 
>ew engine, tape deck. 
Excellent condition. 857- 

4165. 

CORVAIR - 1965, Atonza, 
automatic, .overhauled 
transmission, excellent 
condition. $350. 437-3534. 

CORVETTE - 1969, 350, 4 
speed, mags, immaculata, 
499 3111, 637 5147. 

Dune Buggy — A- 1 
Volkswagen engine, 
convertible, tike new 587- 
0253. 



9»-4*ATbkVcLii MWttJE L DORADO - 1972 Mlnl- 
^^■"■"■■'■■■■^^" ' iKMiie, small equity attd 



BATES LEATHERS - 
(pants) Routh-Out. Never 
worn. $50. Moto-Cross full 
bore bbots, size 11, never 
worn, $50. 406-3537 after 5 
p.m. 

HONDA — 1972, 350, Kept 
inside, 3,031 miles, $595. 
857 6830. 

HONDA — '72, 500, 3.400 
miles, gold, all stock. $1,100 
Dial 623-0910 after 7 p.m. 

HONDA — '72, 500, 3,400 . 
miles, gold, all stock. 
$1,200. Dial 623-0910 after 7 
p.m. 

HONDA— 1972, 350, ex 
cellent conditkxi, $590. 406- 
2610. 

HONDA — 1971, SL 125, like 
new, 2,000 miles, S350. 420- 
9044. 

YAAAAHA — 1972 XS2-450, 
only 400 miles, like new, 
must sell. $1095. 4978447. 

YAMAHA 1971, DT 1 

S375. Dial 464 0875 after 6 
p.m. 



02— AUTO ACCISS.. RIPAIRS 5. 



assume balance, self 
contained. 3404349. 

Ford— 1970 LTD, 4-dOOr, 
eir conditioned, power 
brakes, power steering, 
stereo, $1500. 588 2S4P 

FORD — 1970 wagon, too 
many extras to list; 499- 
3111. 627 5147. 

FORD — LTD I960, 
cyiir>der, 2 door, one owner, 
being transferred. S800. ' 
497-4706. 

FORD - 1966 Fairlana; 209 
cu. In. engine, 4-door, 
excellent conditkm. $500. 
8S5S545. 

Ford — 1971, Galaxie 500, 4 
door hardtop; air con- 
ditioned, automatic, V4, 
power steering, 26,000 
miles; $3175. 420-5210. 

FORD - #66 Fairlana, 
hurst shraight floor shift, 3 
door; $450, 4Xr9375. 

FORD — 1967 Country 

Squire, new shocks, tires, 

full air conditioning, 390 cu. 

■> in. $14»S firm. 489 2299 after 



Four wheels and tires from 
1965 Mustar«g, good con. 
ditlon. $40. Call 444-3340 




95— TOUCKS. TIAItWS. JtiW 

CHEVROLET— 1968 '^ ton 
pick up. Priced to Sell. Call 
Dixie Motors, 1226 N. 
Military Hwg., 853 2002. 

CHEVROLET-1969 '/i ton 
pick up, 6 cylinder, 
automatic. Call Dixie 
MohM-s, 1226 N. Military 
Hwy. 853-2002. 

FORD — 1964 pick-up, 
automatic, good condition, 
6' bed. 486^2196. 



MERCURY — 1963, Station 
wagon, air conditioned, 
fully equipped, $275 or best 
offer. 484 6500. 

AAustang — 1970, air con- 
ditioned, radio, heater, 
sriCK Shift, excellent 
coTKlitlonm one-owner. 485- 
3249 or 853-6679. 





Coter TV — Zenith 25", 
console, excellent con- 
dition. 485-3349 853-6479. 

HOME ENTERTAIN- 
MENT UNIT — RCA. Color 
TV, AM-FM, stereo- 
phonograph , very good 
condltton. $300. 4844456. 



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STEREO Teat A 1200 U 
Reel to Reel, 9 mos. old, 
two stereo echo ch.mnels 
with microphones. Was 
$349, now $195. 464 933) 
after 6 p.m. 

STEREO — Portable 
Airline, 10 yrs. old. Pieys 
well, good sound, good 
condition. 2 detachable 
speakers, only $10. 
Pleace call 588-6034 after 
4:00 p.m. anytime 
weekaads. 

TELEVISION— Black and 
white 33" console. Zenieth. 
Works beautlhjily. «4-tf83. 



, CA8TLE-1973 
2 bedzoom, compleuiy 

(temidied, including wmImi 

iitd dryer, cupeted. Buy 

this home now for only 

S300. down. Call Ray 

CtriKHi, 853-7457. Deal. 

ef lie. 0798. 



CADILLAC — 1972 family 
owned, Sedan DeVllle; full 
power equipment, cruise 
control, AM-FM Stereo; 
14,000 miles, factory air 
conditioned, $5,875; 428 
6353. 

CADILLAC — 1967 sedan 
Oeville; navy blue, ex 
cellent condition, loaded, 
$)2S0, 622 6161. 




1972 Capella — 65 x 12, 3 
bedrooms, assume 
payments 499-4703. 

Circle's 65x12 Speciei, 
$4995, terms $100 down 
cash or trade. Early 
American 3 bedrooms. 
Save at Circle Trailer 
Sales, open 9 h) 9. 

Circle's Double Wide 3 Day 
Sale. S9295. Save at Circle 
Trailer Sales, opm 9 to 9 et 
Circle. 

LASALLE— 70x12, only 
SS99S unfurnished. Save at 
Circle Trailer Sales, open 9 
to 9, dial 053^2952. 




MUSTANG 196$ coupe, 
automatic, 6 cy., bucket 
seats, fire engine red. $435. 
S88 6329. 

PLYMOUTH - 19721 
Duster, 6-cyllnder, straight] 
drive, AM FM i^lo, new 
tires, S1S50. 583-8349. 

PONTIAC — 1964 Star 
Cheif, 4 door, engine 
completely overhauled, 
good tires $450. 587-0062 

PONTIAC — 1970 Bon- 
neville, 4-door hardtop; all 
options, like new. 428 9274. 

PONTIAC — 1970 Lemans 
sport. Automatic, full air 
and power. 497-1117 after 4 
p.m. 

THUNBERBIRD— 1970; 
extra clean; excellent 
condition; full power; 
quick sale; $2750; call 409- 



VOLKSWAGON — 1971 
Super Beetle, Automatic 
stick Shift, immaculata 
condition. 4204438. 

VOLKSWAGON — 1970, 
extra clean, air conditi- 
oned. Priced to sell. Call 
Dixie AAotors 1224 N. 
Military Hwy. 853-2002. 

VOLKSWAGEN — 
Squareback 1970, $1750 
firm. 409-2299 after 5. 



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Falcon, M3413I. 

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"fto Cash Down," cMh or 
terms, we trade. Save at 
Circle Trailer Sales, 801 N. 
Military Hgwy. across 
from Military Circle 
SItopping Center, open 9 to 
9. 

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$5495, unfurnished, only 
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SUN CLASSIFIED 



YIRlyinm BCACH. Where The Liyin^ 1/ lovely 




VIRGINIA BEACH BOARD 
OF REALTORS MEET 



The Virginia BMCh 
Board of Rcalton regular 
meeting and hinclwon will 
takepfaue Wedneaday, May 
M, beginning at il;M a.m. 
at the Ocean Hearth 
Reitaurant Mrs. Ruth J. 
Herrliric Seer^wy for the 
Virginia Real Qstete 
ContmiMlon will be the 
guest tpt^M. ■ Urn 



program: "Aren't you gM 
you got it when you di4» 
here's how you keq) it!" Aa 
i^to^te on Commlasioa 
Rules, Regulations, Ae> 
tivities and PlaM. This wU 
be the last hmehson untfl 
Sept«nber. Reoervatioas 
may be made by calling the 
Board office at 4IMM on 
or M«« rrM«jr, May n. 





MRS.SNEAD SUPERVISOR 



VACATION TIME NEARS 



Every foot cf the 38 miles a set of tk 
of Virginia Beach'te^for Iroia 
shoreline on the Atlantic you can watch commercial 



Ocean and Chesapealce Bay 
will (urn up a special 
treasure tar anyone with an 
urge to do some exploring. 
America got her start along 
these beaches and they offer 
the strdler an opportunity 
to watch sMpe from all ovn- 
the workl sail by. 

If you wa% staying in 
Virginia Beach's main 
resort area on the ocean- 
front, you could enjoy a two- 
6ty adventure just combing 
the wide and clean sands. 
The first jaunt could begin 
with a mint along the 
beaches of the Cht^sapealce 
Bay in Ocean Park, Include 
a visit to Cape Henry and 
then a jog down the Atlantic 
in North Virginia Beach. 

Tal(e U.S. 60 to the Lesner 
Bridge at Lynnhaven Inlet. 
Within a half an hour, you 
can parl( at the mouth of the 
Lynnhaven Rivw where you 
wUlseetheslieielonafalll- 
faled charter boat tossed up 
on the rodcs by a stonn. You 
also can see a large part of 
the city' sport fishing fleet 
hMKlinfiout after (he "big 
ones." Too, the shoreline 
provides plenty of interest 
with crsbbing activity. 

You're in hick if you have 



and military sea traffic at 
the mouth of the Bay. Ships 
unjer many flags will be 
seen going through the 
Capes to or departing from 
the ports of Hampton 
Roads, Baltimore and 
Philadelphia. 

Drive eastward on U.S. 60 
and you reach Cape Henry, 
where the ocean and 
Chesapeake Bay meet. 
Cape Henry is significant 
because it is the site where 
the first permanent English 
Colonists touched 
America's shorts on April 
28. 1607. A Memwisl Cross 
now marks the landing spot. 

While at Cape Henry, visit 
another national historic 
landmari(-the Cap& Henry 
Lighthouse, constructed in 
1791, and America's first 

government - built 
gftthouse. 

Leaving the Cape, head 
south on Atlantic Avenue. 
Stop for a few mimites at 
64th Street and there on the 
beach is a shipwreck whose 



Sale 



and nails have be en- and 
«ro?ll\^n*e rawfwTf^ 
time. There 'are some who cominj 
say the wreck is the hull of 
the Norwegian baric, "The 
Diktator," which sank off 
the Virginia Beach coast in 
1891. The Diktator's 
figurehead was washed 
ashore and for many years 
was a memorial to those 
who died on the ship. The 
people of Moss, Norway, 
later erected the "Nor- 
wegian Lady" statue which 
stands today aj^ 2Sth Street. 
On your second day's 
discovery jaunt, you would 
want (0 rent a four-wlMel - 
drive sand buggy for a trip 
down the beach to the North 
Carolina state line. Stops on 
the jeep buggy tour that 
runs along tiw ocean's edge 
include the game refuge at 
Back Bay, lotus canals at 
Sandbridge an old Coast 
Guard station at False Cape 
(inactive since World War 
II), sand dunes and places 
where the ocean and Back 
Bay are only a few hundred 
feet apart. Sometimes, 
giant sea turtles, pmpoUes 



other 




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sea life are 
re by the in- 
tides. 

A big bonus on the trip is 
sneu collecting. Shipwrecks 
slong the beach add to the 
color as does a patch of 
cypress was sculpture that 
geologists believe were 
living, growing plants 
around 1200 A.D. 

On this adventuresome 
trip you may also see a 
car'halfburied In the sand, 
victim cf being caught by a 
high Ude. You'U see the 

roof lines of the huts and 
shacks in Shanty Town-a 
colorful sight that goes back 
to the time when dozens of 
fishermen worked these 
waters. 

Sea treasures, luslory and 
sea lore provide a 



fascination along these 
Virgli^Btach strands that 
Is matefted only by that of 
the ever-changing sea. 



Mr. Louis Lucente, vice- 
president of the Terry 
Corporation of Virginia, 
announces the appointment 
of Mrs. Bedcy Snead to the 
position of Accounting 
Supervisor of the residential 
division of the Virginia 
Beach-based building Arm. 

-Mrs. fttsad, a native of 
Raleigh, N.C. was formerly 
employed there by a Car 



tified Public Accounting 
firm for nine years before 
joining the Terry Cor- 
poration. 

AcUve m Cti) Scout Pack 
421, Mrs. Snead has served 
a its secretary for the past 
three years. 

Mrs. Snead resides at 
Pembroke Manor, Virginia 
Beach vrith her hudMtnd 
Norwood and ttiefa- two sons. 



ATTENDS CONVENTION 

Donald P. DredUn, vice convention and explored 
current developmmtsi'in all ; 
aspects of shoppii^ center 

peration. i 

Joining the Virginia i 

center executives from the Mall S»wPP^^n8 Center He 

United States, Canada and *" "T*'?,'' *TPr7^iS^ 
M «eantries overseas who Daniel Construction 
attended the Anaheim Company of Virginia. 



president, commercial 
(^vision of the Terry Cor _^„ 
poration of Virginia at- operation 
tended the annual con- 
vention cf the International 



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A CAREFUL EYE IS GIVEN TO THE SLOPE AROUND THE CUP by Kelltm'i 
Tony Davii. 



Don't Fence Me In 
...Unless It's With A 

Hercules Fence! 



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EASTERN DISTRICT MEDALIST CURTIS STRANGE tec* off. Hie PrlnceM 
Anne gdfer finished tlie matcli witii a two|>roupd score of 183, 70^. to win tfie 
tournament by five strolces. 



KEMPSVILLE'S ROGER SAVAGE ffailf bed second fai 
the 44-golfer field. His two rounds resulted fai 70 and 73 
cards, giving him a 36-hoie total of 143. five strokes 
behind the leader. 



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GREEN AFTER HIS 
SHOT is First Colonial's 
Greg Saunders. 



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Princes§^nne wins District golf title 



Princess Ann6, as 
expected, easily won the 
Eastern District Golf 
Tournament held at 
lagle Haven Golf Course 
at Little Creek last 
Friday. Forty-four 
golfers from the eleven 
District schools com- 
peted. 

Ttie Cavaliers, well on 
their way toward winning 
their second straight 
state golf title, totaled 579 
strokes for their 36 holes 
of pUy. Second place 
Kempsville was a dozen 
strokes behind with 591. 

Curtis Strange turned 

Individual scwes 

STRANGE (Princess Anne) 
SAVAGE (Kempsville) 
SAVAGE (KempsvUle) 
TUCKER (Princess Anne) 
STEWART (Princess Anne) 
PARRIS (Kempsville) 
STRANGE (Princess Anne) 
DAVIS (Kdlam) 
SAUNDERS (First Colonial . 
MARCEUJ (KeUam) 
West (Lake Taylor) 
BRITT (First Colonial) 
CULLEN (Kempsville) 



in scores of 70 and 68, 
giving him a total of 138 
strokes for the 36 holes. ' 
He was low man of the 
day and won District 
medalist honors for the 
second straight year. 

Three days earlier, 
Curtis Strange won 
medaUst honors in the 
City Golf Tournament 
with his two-under par 70 
for 18 holes of play at Red 
Wing. The Cavaliers also 
won the City Tournament 
with a 292 team score. 

First Colonial and 
Kellam tied for second in 
the City tourney with 301 



70-68-138 
70-73-143 
75-70-145 
72-74-146 
76-71-147 
73-74-147 
74-74-148 
72-76-148 
74-75-149 
76-74-150 
72-79-151 
78-76-154 
78-78-156 



strokes each. Kempsville 
was fourtti with a 307. 
(Dox's 3S8 was good for 
fifth, and Bayside 
finished sixth with 367 
strokes. 

Tommy Womack of 
Kellam and Princess 
Anne's Phil Stewart each 
shot par 72's in the Qty 
tourney. They were two 
strokes behind City 
champ Curtis Strange. 

Back to the District 
Tournament, the 
Cavaliers todk>{our of the 
top seven spots. Kemps- 
ville, regarded by many 

J.Saunders (Lake Taylor) 

Fine (Maury) 

DAWSON (First Colonial) 

SAUNDERS (First Colonial) 

Price (Granby) 

WOLLARD (Kellam) 

WOMACK (Kellam) 

SPARTZ(Cox) 

Diggs (Maury) 

COLE (First Colonial) 

Owens (Lake Taylor) 

Cash (Granby) 

KEELING (Bayside) 

WARNER (Cox) 

Co<^r( Maury) 



as the second best team 
in the state, won the other 
three riots in tiie tc 
seven finishers. 

District Results 
Team scores 



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PAGE 2— SECTION B-T»« SUN-T»|jRSOAY, AAAY 10. 1973 

Boston will 



talk atODU 
sports f est 

I960 Olympic gold 
medal winner Ralph 
Bostoi has accepted an 
invitation to be tte guest 
speaker lor the Old 
D<»nlnion University 
qxHts banquet on May 
I4th. The banqiKt will 
honor 212 stuctents from 
14 teams. 

Boston, a standout long 
Jumper in thrw Olym- 
pics, will arrive in 
Tidewater from Raleigh, 
North Carolina, where 
earlier in the day he will 
be serving as the CBS 
televirion commutator 
at tiie Martin Luttier King 
Games. 

Besides his gold medal 
in the 1960 Olympics 
games, Boston earned a 
rilver long jump medal in 
1964 and a bronze in 1968. 
He is iww 33 years old. 

The banquet is open to 
the ^blic and will be held 
in the Webb Student 
Center on the ODU 
campus.- Tickets for the 6 
p.m. banquet are 
available at four dollars 
each from the athletic 
office in the ODU field 
house. 




Sam, Jack, Chris, Larry, and 
Billy head list of Redskin golf ers 



Charlie Hostetler 

Basketball camp 
takes Hostetler 

Charlie Hostetler, son 
of Col., and Mrs. J. T. 
Hosteler of 2513 Early 
Court, has been accepted 
to attend the All Star 
Basketball Camp at 
Ferrum, Virginia. The 
camp will be held be- 
tween June 19th and the 
23rd. 

The purpose of the 
camp is to provide in- 
struction in basketball 
fundamentals for boys 
and young men who want 
to improve their ^ills 
and gain greater 
knowledge of the game. 
The camp also offers 
young athletes an (^ 
pwtunity to encountw 
the Christian fsitb. 



Mrs. Marie Lmnbardi, 
■ widow of former 
Washington Redskins 
coadi Vince Lombard, 
will be among the visiting 
monbers of the Redskins 
organizatton hi \^ginia 
Beach toe the Second 
Annual Redskins 
Remember Lombardi 
Golf Weekend. 
Highlighting this 
weekend's events are a 
dance at the Dome 
Friday night and the golf 
tournament Satorday. 

In aU, ^ monbera of 
the Red^ins family are 
exfected to be <hi hand, 
a<^ording to chairman 
Edward K. Phillips. 
Heading the list of 
players expected are 
Jack Pardee, Jimmy 
Jones, Dan Ryczek, 
Laveme Tcn-geson, Ted 
Vactor, Chris Hanbui^w, 
Larry Brown, Billy 
Kilmer, Richie Pettibon, 
Sam Wyche, Mike Bragg, 
Harold McOintm, Roy 
Jeffo'smi, Curt Knight, 
Walter Rock, Pat 
Fischer, Mike Bass, 
Brigg Owens, and Sam 
Huff. 



Sam Huff will host a 
half dozen POW's at the 
Friday night dance. Sam 
Wyche, wlw is considered 
the magician of the 
Redskins, will be in the 
pediatric ward of 
Virginia Beach General 
Hospital Friday af- 
ternoon for a 4 p.m. 
magic diow. 

Mrs. Lombardi will 
attend the Norfolk State 
0)Uege athletic banquet 
Friday evening prior to 
her arrival at the dance. 
She will present the 
annual Lombardi 
Memorial Award to 
Norfolk State's out- 
stancfing athlete and then 
host the MVP and his 
date at the Dome later in 
the evening. 

The dance at the Dome , 
as the Virginia Beach 
Qvic Center is known. 
will kick-off the weekend. 
Slated to be^n at 8:30 
p.m., the dance is ex- 
pected to be attended by 
40Q couple. 

Drawings for door 

prizes, including a grand 

Iffize of a five-day cruise 

•for two to the Bahamas 



aboard a Greek Line 
luxury cruiseship, will be 
among the evening's 
highlights. Golfers 
competing in Saturday's 
tournament will also be 
involved in a drawing, 
this one to select a 
Redskin playing partner. 
Each Redskin will be 
teamed with three 
amateurs to make up 
fioursomes. 

Tickets for the affair 
are $^ per couple, and 
are tax deductible. The. 



dance a part of an effort 
aimed at rai^ng $25,000 
for the VInce Lombaiitt 
Citncer Researdi Cmtei; 

Entry fee for ttie gc^ 
tournament, iiKlv^ng 
greai fees, and a cocktail 
party later are ^ per 
player ai^ are atao tax 
dteductiUe. 

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tournament and dance 
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Virginia Beach Civic 
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Leacfing t^ way was 
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is one of the older regidar 
competitors. 

Tugwell won two motos 
of the three. He lost the 
middle moto to Eddie 
Creekmore of Norfolk, 
v(^o gave him a rough 
time all day. 

Vii^inia Beach's Frank 
Tehel came out on top in 
the KOcc class. Com- 
petition ended in a three- 
way tie, and final stand- 
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order of finish in the final 
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Bruce Lember won the 
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ite was too far back and 
iad to .settle for fourth 
overall. He missed third 
rlace overall by a single 
point. 

In the open class, 
Beach bikers swept into 
a first, second, and third 
iriace finish. Lee Sawyer 
wrni the big trophy with 
two firsts, and Ron Crum, 
who won ttie other moto 
in the class, took second. 



Super Seniors 
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The Aragona- 
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May 13th, at Pembroke 
Elementary School. 
R^istration will be heU 
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p.m. 

Boys 16 through 18 
y^r of i^e are edible. 
This win be the mly 
registration held, so 
aay^e interested in 
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thto time. 



Ron "Bust-em" 
Komoroski brought his 
dd Maico around for a 
crowd-pleasing ttiird. 

Jay Kaufman lost the 
mini-bike race today to 
Troy Groulx. The two 
wcfe tied in points, Uit 
Groulx was awarcted the 



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winning the last moto. 

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Gardening 

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TULIP FIERY BOUQUET — New in MnMfton ' 
is ttite bright red variety. Tliree. four and more dai- 
iling flowers are produced on strong 22 incii stems. 
Astounding effect is acliieved because of the nunber 
of tuiips produced from mie bulb, a whole bosquet. 
This tulip was tested in 1972 and featured by tte Geo. 
W. Park Seed Co. Greenwood, S.C. Remember the 
«ame, fw ordering this fall. 



PRUNE DOGWOOD 
TREES. Immediately 
after blo<miii}g is the 
recommended time for 
pruning out dead or dying 
iH-andies. Judiciously 
^pacing limbs will permit 
better circulaticm cS U^t 
and air. Prune neaUy, 
leaving no stub or torn 
baric and spray with a 
tree paint afterward. 
Borers can get into the 
tree throu^ woumls or 
baric cracks. 



DO NOT CUT OFF 
THE TOPS OF YOUR 
DAFFODILS OR 
TULIPS. Spring 

flowering bulbs such as 
these need thdr tops to 
reinvigOTate themselves 
for next year's blooms. If 
the t(^ annoy you, some 
folks tie them into a big 
know, which reduces the 
height and tei^ to make 
them less cluttered ap- 
pearing. 



Society 

buys new 
center 

It was announced with 
jubilation by the 
American Horticultural 
Society this month that 
the organization had 
purchased George 
Washington's "River 
Front Farm" on the 
Potomac as national 
headquarters. 

TTiis is the farm next 
door to .-'Mount Vernon 
that the Ru^ians tried to 
buy about a year ago but 
were blocked by the State 
Department after a 
public outcry. 

Tlie farm includes 25 
acres, and has 1,000 foot 
frontage on the Potomac, 
immedicatly next door to 
Mount Vernon. The 
purchase wa^, made 
possible through a gift of 
$1 million from Mrs. Enid 
Haupt, who retired in 1971 
as editor of Seventeen 
magazine. 

The American Hor- 
ticultural Society will 
headquarter there and 
have many public gar- 
dens for viewing, as well 
as use the iniildings for 
teaching and research. 
The Society has as its 
Executive Director 
Keister Evans, a former 
asistant county agent in 
Virginia Beach, wtra later 
become county agent on 
the Pmnsula and later 
moved to Columbus, 
Ohio, as executive 
secretary of the 
American Rose Society. 
He is a graduate of 
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F»OM THE GARDENER'S DESK 



Want to grow wild flowers? Some 1.100 plants are 
described in The Wild Garden catalog ($1) which the 
Morton Arboretum has characterized as "mitstanding 
for its accuracy, organization and range of plant 

material." Wilmar Jones askfed at a party last 

week if he'd used^e right fertilizer on his lawn in 
Thorou^good....my advice was that he had. He'd 
used a ra-oduct that's always good for all purposes. 
The realtest of whether or not you know how to take 
care of your lawn cmnes in July and August. If you 
don't have a good looking lawn now, you haven't let 
nautre help you out. But to have a good lawn in July 
and August, you should apply before the end of June a 
turf food with long-lasting nitrogen to help feed the 
grass through the summer. One such contains Her- 
cules Nitroform, which is tiny chips of blue, l<mg- 
lasting nitrc^en. Be sure you check this carefully 
before summer - and provide food for your lawn while 
you're off at the beach of fishing. Use a special turf 

food with ureaform nitrc^en Want an unusual 

shrub? Try Fatsia. Difficult to find, but it was 
described in detoU by Fred Heutte in this Spring's 
Weeder's Digest. You'll like it's tropical-like 

foliage Congratulations to Shell and MoWl Oil 

Cmnpanies for the way they've clean«l up the plan- 
tings around their stations. When the gasoline com- 
panies took to beautifying their houses of horror from 
which they sell gas a few years back, it was about 20 
years past due. But now few <rf them care for the 
plantings they put out. TTianks to Shell and Mobil for 
not neglecting their plants and cleaning out the weeds. 

Exxon could put their tiger to good use doing this 
around many of their stations.... Keister Evans, tm- 
mer county agent in this area and now director of the 
American Horticultural Society in Washington, D.C., 
advised last week that he'd lunched ttiat day and spent 
the afternoon with film star Eddie Albert. Eddie is 
very interested in gardening, e^^ecially teaching 
inner city youngsters how to garden. Keister says he's 

just as nice a guy as he seems in his TV series ever 

notice how grass won't grow where you want to fill in a 
bare spot - yet will invariably come up tiuwugh the 

tMricks in a sidewalk? time for wasps and hornets to 

get nasty. Better get a hornet and wasp bomb on the 

next trip to your garden center living at Virginia 

Beach, you might want to remind your friends and 
relatives of yAtai Poor Ridiard said in his 

ahnanac "Friraidship increases by visiting friends, 

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How can I grow roses like the catalog pictures? 



By ROBERT STIFFLER 
Gard«ilng Editor 

Desi^te the rumors you 
may have heard, roses 
are not hard to grow. 
Th«% is little the average 
homeowner can grow 
that will bring mure 
beauty and joy than the 
rose. Uttie wonder that 
it's America's designated 
flowo-. Rose growing can 
be «uiy, and to answer 
ttie questim of a reader, 
here are a few tips: 

Plant roses as soon as 
the g(Hind is wcntable. 
Now is an ideal time, but 
you cmdd haw done it as 
far beck as February. 
Ifee only No. 1 grade 
idants. 

Then is little stan- 
dardization in grading 
roses and one company 
may use the term 
"Jumbo" wliile anotho* 
may label a first-grade 
plant as "Deluxe." 
Check the number of 
canes and select a plant 
showing at least 5 sUutly 
ones. A idant having 3 or 
4 canes will be a No. 2 
plant ; less than 3 is a No. 
3 grade. Buy from a 
nursory you can trust. In 
this area, Coleman's 
have long been 



recognized as rose 
headquarters, with the 
largest variety. 

Ifym plant a bare-root 
rose, ti-im <rff bruised or 
damaged portions of 
rooHs. However, this time 
of year, it's safer to plant 
potted roses rnily. 

Remember the old 
saying, it is far better to 
set a dollar plant in a fmu- 
didlar hole than a four 
dollar plant in a 25 cent 
hde. Dig the opening 
larger than the spread of 
tiie roots. Witii potted 
roses, dig a hole at least a 
foot in each direction 
beyond the size of the pot 
- Ixit no deeper. 

Roses must have 5 to 6 
hours of sun^iiM per 
da^, so pick a well- 
drained location where 
they will have at least 
that much sun. Roses 
shmild be pruned early. 
After blooming, prune off 
the seed buds so the vigor 
goes back into the plant. 

FCTtilize roses once a 
m«ith with a q)ecial rose 
food. Most folks like 
systonic rose food, for it 
keeps off sucking insects 
as well as feed ttie rose. 

Fertilize every month 
until September. 




^ray or dust weekly. 
Roses are susceptible jo 
disease. Use a com- 
bination spray or dust to 
prev«it both insecte and 
disease - an^^ El^nlate 
to prevenT* powdery 
mildew as well as black 
spot. Since Japanese 
beetles attack roses so 
severly in this area, be 
sure to watch for them. 
Sevin is the best known 
control - but if you use an 
all purpose insect and 
disease rose powder or 
fpray. you'll be giving 
them ample protection. 
But do it regularly;. 
wMkly is recommended. 

During dry spells, 
water your roses twice a 
week. Do it in early 
morning if possible., Try 
to prevent getting wat^ 
<m the leaves in late 
evening ; . this helps 
^read blackspot. Also 
pick off and destroy any 
leaves that show 
evidence of black spot. 

Then pick and oijoy 
your rraes. Cutting in 
early morning is 
recommended and cut 
partially opened buds so 
they continue to open in 
the house. Some people 
plunge them into warm 
water to preserve the 
JbApoms; others use 7 Up 
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questions & answers about lawns & gardens M^* OAROIN TIME 




QUESTION • You talk a lot 
abmU timing. Yoa most not 
have ever put mnch on yoar 
lawn • for It's Uie dirttest Job 
I've ev«- Men. It won't go 
throagh a spreader withont 
clogging np. Why doesn't 
someone invent granular 
lime? Michael K., Lakevlew 
ShM-es. 

ANSWER - They have. 
And Tail's have it. Call and 
ask for granular lime. I 
agree. Putting on lime is a 
nasty job - but it should be 
done at leaM once every 
Uiree years. 

QUESTION - Yoa have 
talked about planting 
oleanders • but I have heard 
(hey are poison. Is that Uve? 
If so. why would yon 
recommend planting them? 
Mrs. John R., KempsvOle 
area. 

ANSWER - The fable that 
oleanders are poisonous is an 
old wive's tale. I talked with 
Fred Heutte before an- 
swering your letter. Neithor 
of us have ever seen or 
known of any diQd, animal 
or adult poiaoMd by an 
oleandor. They are planted 
by the thousands in New 
Orleans and Mobile - and 
could not be poisonous and 
still be planted like they are. 
Fred's suggestion was best 
however; the animals of the 
forests know best - and they 
eat the oleander leaves. One 
problem some early 
oleander plantings have 
faced is surviving the (teers 
eating them. You are aware 
that oleanders sometimes 
kill back to the ground m this 
area, if we have a sevne 
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A revimv 




Music is love in Civic Chorus spring concert 



"Hie flftk annual Spring 
Omcert of the Virginia 
Btach Civib Chorus, 
xH^cted by Walter 
Noona, presented a 
varied program from 
Bach to rock which 
■boanded in beautiful 
lines kmg ctolsMl and 
eijoyt^ 00 &mday, May 
6, at 3 p.m. to a i»ar 
capacity audience at 
Princess Anne High 
Schnol entiUed, "I 
BeUme in Music " Ac- 
compairists w«re Carol 
Noona, pianist; Al 
Iforris, electric bass 
guitarist; and Jim 
Barhmir, perraissionist. 
The performance was 
repeated (m Monday 
evenii^^ 

The tone for the af- 
ternoon was set by Lee 
Lively who read the 
opening poem, "I Believe 
hi Muiric", which subtly 
gave everyone an tx- 
pectatiim <rf a mhracle of 
love and music. Music 
transcends language, 
culture, and ttie myopic 
c<miptodties of (Hir time. 
The program was varied, 
lively, ep twt alnin g and 
seemed to span the 
spMes between the finite 
and the infinite. 
Throughout the musical 
program cne could feei 
ttiat truly "music is the 
universal language and 
love is the key." 

From Bach's "All 
Breathing Life, Sing and 
Praise Ye The Lord" to 
ttie dow graceful 16th 
Century motet by Vic- 
toria entitled "Jesu 
Dulcis Memoria", belief 
in God, love and fellow 
man ww echoed. The 
statement "lift your 
vdces to the sky, God 
loves you when you sing" 
could surely describe 
Haydn's "Achieved is the 
61oroiu8 work" (The 
Creation) which was 
express»l energetically 
and fai exalted vibraticms. 

"Music is love and love 
is music" was lustroialy 
expressed in Orlando di 
Lasso's early madrigal 
«*Mfitona, Lovely 
Maidon." The American 
P(rtk song "The Uver's 
Lament ■ arranged by 
Jergenson was lighter, 
melancholic and filled 
with ambivaloice. 

Man's interest and 
beUef in his fellow man 
was expressed in bdng a 
good neighbor in Of- 
fenbach's "Neighbor's 
Chorus" (La Jolie 
Parfumeuse):. This 
rapidly moving whim- 
sical ia*esentation was 
hidescoit and delightful. 

Music tends to make 
people want to stop 
"Fussintt and fighting" 



long enough to "sing 
along." Lambert's 
"When Johnny Comes 
Marching Home'! was 
appropriately dedicated 
to our returning prisoners 
of war. This dedication 
was rendered ha|q>ily, 
joyously and lovingly, 
i^arks (rf vocal life and a 
visual glow were 
definitely evident with 
this number. 

Man's inner search for 
peace and perfecti<Mi was 
echoed in Leigh-Darion's 
"The Impossible 
Dream." This imposing 
facade of impossibility 
leads (me ever mward 
toward the inner ecstacy 
where everything is 
possible. 

Omtemporary music 
accompanied by piano, 
bass guitar and per- 
cussion made up the 
second half of the choral 
selections. Gaude Vip's 

"It is A Great Day of 
Joy" (Alleluia Fugue) 
was joyfully and per- 
suastveiy oone witn iiano 
claps and arms lifted in 
praise. Twentieth Cen- 
tury modern man still 
sings about God; 
however, ihe tempo is 
mrticably more frantic, 
the (ritch is higher and tiie 
text more wordy as was 
heard in two rock 
qwratic exerpts, "Day 
\^ Day" by Schwartz, 
and '^Superstar" by 
Webber-Rice. Light 
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"If" by David Gates, 
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brotherhood is expressed 

in the musical aiui social 
commentary "Black and 
White" by Robinson- 
Arkin. Everyone is 
looking for the light! "AU 
About the Blues" by 
Strommen reminds us 
what the blues are — and 
if we work together, build 
on love, there will be no 
m<xe blues as we will 
span the gulf between 
pessimism and optimism 
with a bridge of tove. The 
"Hands of Time" 
(Brian's Song) by 
Legrand and "Mercy, 
Mercy" by 
were brightly 



happieirt pec^le I've ever 
seen." Music is life and 
as Plato once said, 
"music is an art imbued 
with power to penetrate 
into die very d^ith of the 
soul, imbutaig man with 
the love of virtue." 

The Virginia l^ach 
Civic Chorus artistically 



and skillfully climaxed 
its Spring Concert with a 
ftiU-throated embodiment 
of love and music 
showing warm in- 
twpretative insight, 
understanding and deep 
respect for life. 

ShbrleyKatrobos 



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The 20th Kentury belief 
in love and Joy was 
superbly i^'oclaimed in 
music in "Joy to the 
World" by Axtwi (versiwi 
by Three Dog Night). One 
could feel the vibratory 
rate increasing in im- 
pulse and momentum as 
the program welded the 
audience together into a 
unit through melody. 



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"love is the key" — it is 
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The annual Virginia 
Beach Festival of Visual 
and Performing Arts wiU 
be hdd at the Virginia 
Beach Civic .Center 
(Dome) May 14-18. 

Mor^ than 5,000 
secondary school 
studoits will participate 
hi the festival, whidi is 
suRMrted by the Vir^nia 
Beach City Public 
Schools. 

All perf<xinanees at the 
Dome will run fnan 7:30 

p.m. to 10:30 p.m. 
Opening night, Monday, 
May 14, is the exception, 
with the performance 
b<^innii% at 8:30 p.m. 

All performances are 
tne and cpesi to the 
public. 

The five evening 
performances will in- 
cliMle indiviihials, small 
gr(Hq)s and major en- 
sembles. Folk singing to 
classical ballet, band 
concerts to dramatic 
readings, blues sing^i^ to 
partiotic songs will be 
faicluded. " 

A setting of sculpture, 
pahith^s, drawings and 
graphic reflecting the 
creativity of the stiklents 
o f the visual arts will 
surround^ Ihc 
f(Nrmances. 



One of the highlights 
this year win be • special 
10-year montage oi film 
dips ' usic dedicated 
to the American POWs 
now home from Vietnam. 

Ihe schedule fbr the 
week includes: 

Monday. May 14, 8:30 
p.m.— An evening of 
parttotiam, laughter and 
tears dedteated to the 
returned American 
POWs. Performtaig will 
be the Fbst Colonial IBgb 
School Concert Band, the 
Virginia Beach Com- 
mimity Ballet starring 
CaxiA SumiMr and Brian 
PitU of the New York 
aty Ballet and students 
wiUi vocal and in- 
^rumoital music. 

Tuesday, May 15, 7:30 
p.m.— Kempsville High 
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Bdeetioas from "Fiddler 
OB the Roof' by the Ffaie 
Arts Departmeirt oi Cok 
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pcrformos. 

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7:30 p.m.— K^npsville 
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Conced ^^ori», KeOam 
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navies, vuious wato and 
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raodorn dance, various 
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p.m.— An evenhig of 
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Opponents of Old 
DonattM Parkway wow 
defeated Mcmday through 
Uie failure of an attempt 
to have the roadway 
deleted from the city's 
Master Transp(»tation 
Han. 

W.W. Fleming, Jr., 
director community 
MTvices, defended the 
need for roadways to 
relieve increasing traffic 
demands on Virginia 
Beach B&uleva rd and 
9iOTe Drive as the result 
of expanding piqxilation 
and shopping centers. 
Felming estimated 10,500 
vdiicles would be u^g 
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Fleming abio told 
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inthevidnityofVh;ginia 
Beadi G«ieral Hos^tal. 
A host of financial 
matters received con- 
rideration durii^ Moo- 
day's City Council 
meetings taidudii^ first 
reading ai^oval of the 
176.6 million Fiscal 197S- 
74 Operating Budget. 

Other money issues 
approved by Council 
induded revidon of ratat 

real estate taxes ^t a 
level designed to equaliie 
them throughout the dty; 
aiq;Mr(q?riation of an ad- 
ditional $320,000 for on- 
site improvements tA tht 
Viigiida Beach campui 
of Tidewater Community 
College; some 1421,000 
for new sanitary 
sewerage facilities in the 
Ocean Park area; nearly 
1245,000 to cover cost of 
water system im- 
provonoits almg First 
Cdonlal and Great Neck 
Roads; approved con- 
struction (rf a new aty_ 
JaO at a cost (tf $S million. 




Scott under 
attack again 



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City Manager Roger M. 
Scott's administration of 
Virginia Beach came 
under renewed attack 
Monday during the 
failure of an attempt to 
remove his requested 
salary increase from the 
dty's fiscal 1973-74 
operating budget. 

In a motion for a (tenial 
of the increase Coun- 
cilman John A. Baum 
said, "My conclusion has 
been reached after 
months of con- 
sideration." 

Baum added, "I feel 
the request to increase 
the city manager's salary 
can only be interpreted as 
approval of his 
management of the city." 
Baum recommended, 
"...his (Scott's) salary be 
maintained at its {uresent 
levd." 

Baum some weeks ago 
was quoted with saying if 
he fdt he could muster 
the necessary support in 
Council he would call for 
Scott's resignation. 

Vice-Mayor F. Reid 
Ervin seconded Baum's 
motion sayii^ he was 
doing 80 "...only to bring 
the matter to a vote." 



Ervin then raised the 
question of justifying all 
expenditures called fw ih 
the proposed budget. He 
said "looking at the whole 
budget, on the surface it 
may a{q;)ear good. But 
this City is far from being 
developed, and in the 
years to come it is going 
to be difficult to find local 
money to support the 
budget." 

The motion wat 
defeated by a vote of 8 to 
2. Those casting negative 
votes were Mayor Robo't 
B. Cromwell, Jr., and 
Councilmen Robert H. 
Callis, Jr., George R. 
Ferrell, Charles W. 
Gardner, Dr. Clarence A. 
Holland. D. Murray 
Malbon, J. Curtis Payne, 
and Donald H. Rhodes. 

Councilman Floyd E. 
Waterfield, Jr., was 
absent during the vote. 

Ervin concluded, "T 
think the time has come 
to study our management 
system of the City. 

First reading approval 
of the proposed budget 
came by a vote of 10 to 0, 
Watrarfield was also smt 
for this vote, on a motion 
from Payne seconded 
by Rhodes. 



Skiperintendent of Schools E.E. 
BrickeU told the School Board ^Msday 
that the impact of military traiiifen to 
this area will be felt in the dty schools to 
a greater d^ee than anyone has an- 
tle^ated. 

BrMell did not elaborate, but he did 
tell the board that Uw impending 
transfer of miMtary peftonael has 
"changed the whole school jrtctiffe very 
(fraattcaJty." 

Brick^added, "We want to be able to 
do what Virginia Beadi has always 
done. We wUT imvtde a place for the 
childrai who erase to fliis dty~ 
S(»newhere." 

BrickeU reported that he has met wltii 
various Navy officials and Rep. G. 
William Whitehurat's staff about Uw 
transfers and has a meeting scheduled 
THiirsday with a high-ranking Navy 



oHietx who may supply specifics on the 
number of sdiool children expected in 
Vh^a Beach schools. 

He said that he hoped to be able to 
make a report on the matter to ttie board 
in June. 

The superintendent would not 
elaborate on the number of children, 
stating only tiwt he hesitated to name a 
specific number. 

He did report that the Tidewater area 
will receive 8,500 additional military 
jobs. The number of children which will 
be brought to the area 4)y service per- 
sonnel filling tfaoae jobs has yet to be 
determined, BrickeU said. 

Walter Carroll,. assistant superin- 
tendent, curriculum and instruction, 
. reported to the board on tiie various 
summer educational programsof fered by 
tite city schools. CarroU pointed out Uiat 
May 31 Is ttie deadUne for registering for 



summer remedial arrtl enrichment 
prc^ams. 

The board voted to waive tiiition for 
Virginia Bea^h residents attending 
daytime summer programs at the 
Virjiinia Beach Vocat|onal-Technlcal 
Center. 

EDUCATION 
SEMINAR 

BrickeU reported that last week's 
Fifth National Seminar on Year-Round 
Education, hosted by tiie City of Virginia 
Beach, was "a lot of hard work" but tiut 
it had enjoyed a "tremendous respon- 
se." "The consensus is tiiat Virginia 
Beach has taken a sensible approach to 
year-round education," BrickeU said, 
"and I think the seminar was a success. 
We're pleased that we had a part in it." 
SCHOOL STAFF 

A Ust of the administrative and 
supervisory staff members for the city's 



schools was presented to the board. 
BrickeU noted that the city now has a 
coordinator oS pn^rams for gifted 
children. K.E. Brown, also evaluator of 
the Titie I pn^ram, is the coordinator. 
The superintendent said that it has been 
determined that 2.000 children in ttie city 
schools are gifted and wUl receive 
special attention under the new 
program. 

DOCTORATE DEGREE 

BrickeU reported to the board that he 
has conipleted all work and 
requiremoits for a doctor of education 
degree from the College of WUUam uid 
Mary, He thanked the board for their 
continued support during his graduate 
work. Th board members voted 
unanimously to include their 
coi^ratulations in the official minutes of 
the meeting. Brickell's degree wiU be 
officiaUy conferred next month. 



Parade will honor 
returned prisoners 

Saturday's Vh^a Beach Chamber of Com- 
merce Armed Forces Day Parade honoring 
returned prisoners of war, is expected to be the 
largest parade in the chambor's history. 

Adm. John S. McCain Jr., USN Ret., wUl be grand 
marshal of tiie 64Huiit parade. The parade wUl 
honor returned priscmers of wir wltii "nu^e ex- 
POWs and tiidr wives in tiw reviewing stand at 25tii 
and Atlantic. Representing aU returned POWs from 
tiie South Hampton Roads area wfll be Cmdr. John 
H Fdlowea, Cmdr. Eklwin A. Shuman m, botii of 
Virginia Beadi, and Lt. Cmdr. Robert S. Fant Jr. of 
Ando-son, S.C. «... 

"Hie parade wfll start at 10 a.m. Saturday at l2Ui 
Street and move up Atiantic Avenue to Slrt Street. 

Induded In tiw parade an nUlitary floats and 
marching units from various military Inatattations 
in the area, as weU as driU teams and bands from 
Bayside, KeUam, Princess Anne, Cox, KempavUle 
and First Cokmial High Schoola. 

Alio in the reviewing stand win be local and area 

Keramei^ leadsn and diambera of commwee 
litaries. . ^ 

Invited guests indude mayors, dty managers, 
chamber of commerce jffeaidBnts. executive vice 
IS wMiiili inil chamber armed aervicee eommittee 
^dnneii aad cemmandliig offlcen of all m«)or 
laMee eemmaiMto tai the TMe«nt«r area. 




Another school 
bond referendum? 



BULI^TIN 



PnMnt Rldiard Ntane wffl ^eek to aU 
UdMratar mtttwy perMrad durtag w Arm^ 
rareai Oi^ NipMMiieeSalyrdi^ tfttfaoee at 1:SI^ 

at the Hor^i Naval Itatloe. 



I love a parade 



CklMree always seem te e^ey a parade snrt than 
aftysM. LaM fuf* hiwuA Wme%m Day PveuU ms 
M n^^iee. TUs year's panda ie rapMled te bo the 
lar^t la the city's hM«f7. 



The possibility of 
another public school 
bond referendum was 
raised by City CouncU 
Monday during a 
discussion of Navy plans 
to craistruct dependent 
bousing at Fort Story. 

Rear Admiral Albimi 
W. Walton, Jr.. told 
CcHuicU the school wmild 
be necessary for 
education of children 
generated from 600 
housing units to be 
cmistnuted on the Army 
post. Tiie school would be 
cmstructed on an 18 acre 
site on t6e post adjacmt 
to ttie Watton ot the 
houriagimits. 

Vice-Mayor F. Reid 
Ervin asked Walton if 
Mtnl ftuMto woidd be 
available to finance 
construction of the 
schools. He repUed, "We 
don't contiH)l federkl 
impact funding," but 
^ded tiie Navy wtMdd 
attmii^ to Kq^crt tiw 
City tai ditatattg wch 
fimds for school con- 
rtn^tlm. 

This lotiepect became 
man rikmrny however 



when School Superin- 
tendent E.E. BrickeU 
disclosed he recently 
discussed the question of 
cloning federal funds 
for pubUc school con- 
struction with- 
Congressman G. WiUiam 
Whitehurst. BrickeU said 
he was tdd. "The money 
is not available now." 

Ervin said, "If 
necessary we could go to 
a school bond reforen- 
(him. I (Mily hope we have 
time to make tiie peo{de 
aware of ttie situation." 

Walton tdd CouncU rnie 
d ttie biaeet moves in 
recent deactivation of 
mUitary bases wmdd be 
ttie rdocatkm of 18 ships 
ud tbdr crews to this 
arM. He said, "tliere 
will be about 14,000 
people movii^ in tore. 
These are above and 
b^omi ai^ {dans ttiat we 
made." 

Walton added, "Ob- 
vloudy aU of tiiese wUl 
not live in Virginia 
Beach, but tiie tiiend is in 
ttils directim." 



Daniel receives 
farm subsidy 



BySONJAHILLGREN 
Sun Washhigtoa Bnreau 

WASHINGTON - Rep. Robert W. Danid, R- 
Sipeing Grove, recdved 0120,677 in feteral farm 
subsidies in 1972, according to Agriculture 
Department records, 

Daniel is proprietor of Brandon Plantatim hi 
Prince George County, one of tiie large agricultural 
enteiprisM in Virginia. Only six oth«* persons or 
organizations in Virginia last year received as 
mtx:h as $20,000 in fecteral farm subsidies. 

According to an aide. Daniel does not beUeve his 
large agricultural holding represent a confUct of 
interest with his congressional duties, such as 
voting on farm legislation. 

So far this year Daniel has voted on the 
agricultural issues of federal support for the Rural 
filectrifjcation Administration and the Rural En- 
vironmmtal Assistance Program, among oth«!«. 

He had the option of voting "present," which 
some congressmen do when Uiey feel pending 
legislation involves possible conflict of int««st. 
However, his aide said, "Farmers in the Fourth 
District didn't send Rep. Daniel up to Washingttm to 
vote 'present' on farm l^islation." 

Hie aide added ttiat the subsidies do not 
represoit a conflict of interest because "the sub- 
sidiM he is receiving now were enacted by 
C(»gmses of which he was not a member. 

"Rep. Daniel reaUy does not believe that the 
government should play as large a role as it dora in 
ttie farm sector of the economy. He beUevn that 
ttie free market forces should control ttie su|q;>ly 
and demand of farm economies. 

"However, at the pr»ent time, it wcMild be 
disastrous if government subsidies were 
eUminated." 

Hie aide said Daniel wcHild be unable to compete 
with farmers who recdve subsidi^ if be rehised his 
subsi(ty paym«its from the federal government. 

On TuMday Daniel inserted in the Congresdonal 
Rk(»*d a list d his major flnancial iMldttngi miiich 
wM-e reveded last wedc by The Sun. Belies 
Brandcm PUuitatimi, his ma^r holdings hi^^ 
stock worth 15,000 or more in 23 corptvatioM. 

At the same time, Daniel release tlM Ust d his 
hddings to newspapers in the Fourth Congresdimal 
Distilct. 

"Anymiitent d my disti-ict dioi;Ad be aUe to see 
ttiis rtpat witiiout ccrniiog to Washington to 
examine it," Daniel said. The infcrmatiim otti«r- 
wise wu avaUable to^ puWc inspectiw in tiie d- 
ftee d ttie House Committee on Offldals Standarda. 
with whom Danid was required to f Ue tiie rtpaet 

He said he is "wUUng to |dace my invedmenta 
under tiie spotU^t d pubUc scrutiny. I hope 
making my statraient an op«i matter wUl b^ 
restore sinne d ttie faitti in mir go^^mnent." 



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, Last week's annouiM^ment of the Pulitzer 

.prize wi(i|iers included the names of Bob 

Mtoodwafd and Carl Bernstein, two Washington 

Post feporters who have pursued the Watergate 

>* 45rei*-in story since last July. Iliough it was no 

surprise that Woodward and Bernstein were so 

lir^ honored, the award once again points out the role 

" (rf the pr^ in bringing justice to bear on the 

"TCSiSe." ' " 

"' liM" G, Gordon Liddy and others bugged the 

**^'^lttW&jii»rters of the Democratic National 

Committee, many observers passed off the in- 

3|^^^'oS^t"a»^aii amateur attempt at burglary and 

. wiretapping. But, as Woodward and Bernstein 

^"Tiav? Since outlined, the presence of 

' 'fwpJMy^j^ bugging equipment indicated that 

,.. something far more serious had been in the 

wcarM. *_ 

The subsequent cover-up^very bit as serious 

i^iiat crime-iMrobiBbly woidd have bera 

2^ sSiwcwsfuMiadit not been for the efforts of these 
Jffaia fMi M^sbington reporters. While high 
itration officials denied any link between 
_B House and the Watergate break-in, 
iird and Bernstein checked and double- 
:ed sources and information to uncover 
nee pointing toward a widespread 
tion aimed at undermining the Democratic 

^v^ though Watergate has been compared to 

iNSipofDome and other infamous examples of 

iption-jn government, the nature of the 

itergate sqandal mirtces it distinctive. For 

jf e, no one' Was caught with his hand in the till. 

»y^MciAfflS**|,was accepting private favors at the 

*^ ' t^ArticVexpense. What was being subverted was 

(^ greater importance-the right of the voters to 

choose leaders on the basis of informa^ve 

eampaigniog. 

>>J Rie- m otive of Watergate was not financial 

J lTWBUt Ite ological beliefs. Those guilty acted 

yi til l Uiei i ' desire to see an administration remain 

in pow|p;p9^ n^atter what the costs. Barriers to 

this enc*Si£h as a vigorojus press and freedom of 

expresMdHt had to be eliminated. If anything, 

this m^nl^yis even more frightening than the 

simply ^CoHlipt politician. 

Yet frcmf Watergate, some good can be 

ii^^dJsca«9:^jrhe vital fupction of the press in a 

' ^mbcracy has been dramatized by this scandal. 

H^ "ftffl^publ^ knowledge of the Wat«^ate affair is 

^.iif^q||iiry:^o prevent, such occurrences hi the 

: 4u^¥^ 4%is is the reason for a Constitution 

?«hich. provides fw a free press. 

Without Woodward and Bernstein, without the 
lii^jl^JiSdurces of The Washington Post, and 
without journalistic dedication and diligence, the 
ex^iHof tHe Watergate operation would have 
nev^r cornel to light. 
The'^Pulltier Prize was well deserved. 



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poQc3^|iAi lis first obligatkin is to the people Of 

^^^VAEgiifiaJS^ch, and our intentions are to fully 

■W*^Q^flte.lssues which will affect everyone. 

" us in accomiplishing our goal, we 

i your sugg^tims and comments 

;lrich you considered to be im- 

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It Witt, remain mff aim to search 
MroMiv e ly for the facts behind the actions 

W^pi^€^<tf city government. We will strive 
liaiUf^i^e reporting on the effects of 
^a . i goyewmcnt actions on the community and the 
l*""^ fndlviduatr 

I . t4ow, we are soliciting the cooper^ion of ^e 

■f vanous cmc, business and professional 

i organizations of the city to assist us in staying 

\ . attuned to the feelings of the pe(^le. 

In af^ community, these are tl» sources 

air truly in touch with activities at the 

level. To be aware of the ccmi- 

the city is the first step toward 

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g^^iMlfinally to our readers, we will attempt 

^to p^^Rit^u with a product that is timely, 

'^^^^BtiAative 9nd attractive. Your comments 

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Pog* 2— Th« Suiv-Thuraday, May 17, 1973 




1 

Save a tree 

and recycle 
phone books 



Thif year, tt r«qirired 
over la.iM trees to 
supply the paper for the 
460,000 telephone 
directories for the 
Tidewater area. 
Recycling waste paper 
can help prevent 
destruction ol trees such 
as this one off Holland 
Road. 

For every 35 old 
telephone books 
returned in the Save a 
Tree drive, one tree wUl 
be spared. (Sun photo 
by Rod Riann) 



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Says impeachrrieriiMk 'iinivise 



Recycling bookj 
can save a tree 

By HELEN CRIST 
SunSUffWrtter 

Do you ever wonder what to do with your old 
teleiAxme bo^ when the new ones come around? 

•nus year ttiere's no problem. Let them be 
recycled . Join in Save a Tree Week May 20-26. 

•nils is a cooperative effort of the Virginia Beach 
Council (rf Federated Women's Clubs, the C & P 
Telephone Co., schools, PTAs and the AUantic 
Paper Stock Co., inc. of Norfolk. 

Mrs. Jerry Bunch Jr., Chesapeake Beach 
Woman's Qub, Is chairman of the Beach project; 
Mrs. James F. Chapman, Ocean Park Woman's 
Club is co-chairman. 

"It was decided at our September meeting that 
this would be a fine ecology project and good for 
Viifinia Beach," »4rs. Chapman said. 

She added that any money earned from the sale of 
the phone books for recycling will be used for 
ctmservation or beautification projects. 

When the telephone company heard of the plan, it 
volunteered to help. _ 

"It was a big boost to our morale," Mrs. Chap- 
man said. 

The opo-ation is oi^anized with the efficiency of a 
military campaign. ^ u i 

"We received permission to have the schools 
participate, and we hope that all the PTAs will 
cooperate too," Mrs. Chapman said. 

Here's how it works: 

On Wednesday, after the C & P Telephone Co. has 
comideted its delivery of new books, school 
chilcfaen will bring the old directories to school. 
Members of the ei^t woman's clubs in the council 
will be at the schools, alwig with PTA members, to 
help load the books on trucks or cars. These will 
take the books to large vans stationed at Pembroke 
Mall and Princess Anne Plaza. 

There, the vans, supplied by the Atlantic Paper 
Stock Co., Inc., win carry the books to the plant for 
processing and recycling. 

On the second day of the operation, every 
business firm will be contacted. "We hope that they 
will hiive their old books ready so we can pick them 
up quickly, because it will be a big job to finish in 
me day," Mrs. Chapman said. 

The vans on Thursday will be statioired at 
Pembroke MaU and the Civic Center. 

C & P Telephone Co. is an enthusiastic as the 
\romen about Uie recycling project. 

Executives Al Balko and Leroy Cason are 
working with the club women. Floyd Patrick, 
manager, said "We think It's an excellent idea and 
we're coi^rating all we can." 

In fact, the Save a Tree posters, which will be 
placed all over town, were designed by phone 
company employees. 

It's an ecology project that benefits everyorie. By 
recycling one ton of paper, seventeen trees cian be 
spared. And trees are a vital element in oiir en- 
vironment, combating pollution by absorbing 
carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen. 

For the school children there will be prizes, and 
each participant will receive a certificate of ap- 
preciation. 



Whitehurst believes Nixon innocent in Watergate 



BySONJAHILLGREN 
Sun Washin^on Bureau 

WASHINGTON - Rep. G. William 
Whitehurst (R-Va.) has compared talk 
of impeachment of President Nixon to a 
lynching party "that convicts the 
Pr^ident without his having been 
heaid." 

Asked what evidence would be needed 
to impeach the President as a result of 
the Watergate scandal, Whitehurst 
replied in an interview: 

"I really don't even like to talk about 
impeachment. I think it's unwise for me 
as an elected official to even speak about 
it becaise, just in the act of speaking, it 
tends to lend a certain credibility to such 
an event." 

"At the present time, I don't consider 
it to be a pcffisibility." 

Some of Whitehurst's colleagues 
disagree. Rep. John E. Ross (D-Calif.) 



suggested that 1^ House begin in- 
vestigating the Watergate scandal in 
case impeachment t}ecomes necessary. 
Rep. Bella S. Abzug (D-N.Y.) called for 
impeachment, am) Rep. Henry S. Reuss 
(D-Wis.) says Nixon and Vice President 
Spiro Agnew should resign. 

Whitehurst disdains such talk because 
he said impeachment would bring 
"irreparable harm to this country." He 
likened its effect to "cutting off a finger" 
and thus upsetting the "delicate 
balance" among the nation's three 
branch^ of government. 

The Norfolk RepubUcan said that "for 
the time being, I believe the President of 
the United States when he says 'I didn't 
know about it and I was told my staff 
didn't know about it.'" 

Ihe response to criticism that the 
President's April 30 Watergate ^)eech to 
the nation left unanswered serious 



questions as to White House in- 
volvem«it, Whitehurst said he didn't 
e]q|)ect the President "to go into a lot of 
detail." 

"For «ie thing, it wouldn't be possible 
because the grand jury and the Senate 
ctxnmittee have not completed their 
investigations," he said. 

Whitehurst added ttiat the President 
"admits that he has the ov«rall 
responsibility" for the Watergate 
buying and ita cover-up. 

"He doesn't come out of it smelling 
like a rose, he comes out of it'bloody. But 
ymi have to make the distinction bet- 
ween having peofde vfbo are guilty of 
ttiis in his employ - which shows ttieir 
bad jui^oit - and his mistaken 
^d^nent in extending that much trust," 
he added. 

If the President's depo^ ai^, H.R. 
Haldeman, Jdm D. Ehrlichman and 



John W. Dean III, to name some of thi 
persons alledgedly involved in th( 
scandal, "are guilty of being accessorie 
to this thing," Whitehurst said, "and o 
course, the President is innocent, that'i 
a gre£.t distinction to make and it shoul( : ■: 
be made." ; 

Whitdiurst charged the press witl 
behaving as if the President didn't denj 
knowledge of the scandal in his speech t< 
the nation. He predicted the jsre^ couU 
engender a feeling among some peopU ^> 
that the President has been trie( - 
"without any charges." 

The President should have spdken ou : 
on Watergate earlier than he did 
Whitehurst said, "But now that he's done 
the thing that I thought he should do, I'm 
not goiri^ to say I don't believe him." ' 

"I'm not going to join the chorus 
shouting 'crucify him' when yesterday I 
was out there shouting 'hosanitt\" he 
added. 



HOW CONGRESS VOTED 



House opposes administration ; 
Whitehurst, Daniel on losing side 



BySONJAHILLGREN 
Sun Washington Bureau 

WASHINGTON - Rep. G. 
WiDiam Whitehurst (R-Va.) was on 
the l(»ing side as the House, (w the 
first time, voted last week to op- 
p(»e the Administration m an 
Indoctuna war issue. 

Whitehurst and Rep. Robert W. 
Etaniel Jr. (R-Va.) voted against as 
the Hou% passed, 219 for and 188 
against, an amendm^it prevrating 
the use of $430 million in already- 
api»-(^ated Pentagm funds tor 
C^mtMdian bombii^. 

The v(^e will not fiH*ce an &oA to 
U.S. btmibii^ in Camb0(fia b«:a<»e 
the Administratioo says it will tap 
ti&er source to continue Um 
bombii^, which it sa^ is intraded 
to foTfx a (^iM-fire in Cambodia. 

Sappiarten ot the amendmaat 
said Pr^idoit Nixon has no &m- 
stitutimal ot rtatutwy authority to 
wage war in Cambodia. C^ptmnits 
fdeaded for more time to woit <xit 
a ceasefire in Cambodia. 



On another test of Ad- 
ministration policy, the House 
passed, 224 for and 172 against, an 
amradment barring any use of the 
$430 million to support directly or 
indirectly any combat in Cam- 
Ixxlia. 

Whitehurst and Daniel voted 
s^ainst. 

In othn* major roll call votes 
l)^ween May 741, here's how 
Vifginia's senators were recorded: 

Paraed, 66 for and 24 against, a 
bill limiting ttie President's power 
to impoui^ ai^ropriated funds. 
The bill foitids the Pr^ident to 
imptwnd fuids for longer than 60 
(ta^ without House and Senate 
aqnvoval. 

Sens. Harry F. Byrd Jr. and 
Wdliam L. Sc^t v(Hied against. 

Pa^ed, 72 for and 21 against, a 
tMll r^purlng S^iate ctrnfirmaUim 
of tiffee top White Hou^ advisers. 
The bill applies to future 
preadential appointments of ad- 
visers, on national security. 



domestic affairs and intematitmal 
ecimomic pdicy. It does imH apply 
to tiie oi^oing White House re- 
staffing. 

Byrd virted for and Scott v<^ed 
against. 

Passed, 57 for and 37 agwirt, a 
)M e^blishii^ a systnn <tf voUr 
r^iMraticm by postcard fa- f edoal 
electioiis. The bUl pi^DvMcs for the 
mailing of i^tcard voter 
r^i^niti(» {orm& to all resi^nces 
in the nation. It enables voters to 
r^irto* fmr fectoral etectiom by 
fQUng oirt a postcard form and 
mailing it to a kcal regi^rar. 

Supporters said pMtcard 
registration will he^ iiKrease 
votor participation wUdi d^iped to 
SS f& ceiA in the ivn Action. 

Opponents s^ peq^ don't vote 
because of di a i nta r crt yW^ terriors 
to v(rt»' re^bvtion.'lh^ wan^ 
ttiat the new ^rtem okM h^TMMe 
ttie f^pat^xoMm tar v<Mct firrad. 

Byrd and Scott voted agrinat. 



Bond issue linked 
to new Navy school 

Plans were unveiled beforeXity Council Monday 
to construct a new school on the grounds of Fort 
Stacy in conjimction with 600 new Navy housine 
units being built on the Army post. 

Council discussed the possibility of financing the 
new school through a public school bond referen- 
dum, since reports indicate Federal and Statefunds 
may be unavailable for the school's construction. 

The matter raises the question of whether Qty 
funds, dmved from taxes imposed upon residents 
of the aty, can justifiably be used to construct the 
school because it is located on federal property and 
win be teed to eAicate mflitary dependent chUdren. 

The Virginia Beach Sun invites your view on the 
m^^ and encourages your written comments in 
presenting the issue in this week's Sim Survey 
question. 



SUN SURVEY 

^KHjId th© City construct a scIkk)! on Fort 
Story property to educate military 
cl^>erKJent children? 
Yooi coBMiMUuid ripied lettm wwdd be t ppr w irterf Uwa. 

ten Non 

09 »i i^ym to: VH^NM BEACH ^N, 



Gardening 

in Virginia Beach 



by Roberl SliJJler 

Pmidrni, M>'n'i> Garden Club of TMrwali-r 
MrmlMT, Garden WriU-rK AxMtrialMMi of Anwrira 




Put your tomatoes in a cage 



Th« Suiv-Thuridoy, Moy 17. 1973f-Pp^» 



Now is the the time to. . . 



SPRAY YOUR 
CAMELLIAS. We have a 
definite invasion of 
cushi(Hiy scale in Virginia 
Beach. You can identify it 
by white, pillow -like 
structures m the under 
side of the leaves abwit 
W long. Use a summor 
Voick ^ray-or call a 
{NTofessional. 

CHECK YOUR 
TOMATO PLANTS. If 
they don't look good, 
replace them. If you 
haven't set tl«m out, now 
is a good time. Tomatoes 
shoidd be fertilized with 
Tomato Food about every 
6 weeks and watered 
regularly. 

TAKE OFF SOME 
PRETTY FRIDAY OR 
MONDAY — enjoy some 
spring fever. Spend the 
day visiting our garden 
centers and setting out 
new plants and bushes. 
You'll be glad you did. 



FERTILIZE YOUR 
ROSES. This should be 
the third fertilization, 
having started hi March, 
doing it monthly. 
Systemic rose food will 
keep off Uie aphids and 
thrips as well as feed the 
rose. Remember to spray 
or dust weddy. 

IT'S ABOUT TIME 
FOR THAT FIRST 
PICKING OF PEAS. 
Remember the 
nutritional authorities 
say that peas and com 
are of the finest quality 
when you can pick them 
in your back yard and get 
them (HI the table within 
an hour, before the 
sugars in them start to 
disappear. 

KEEP PLANTING 
ANNUALS. Fill in any 
vacant spots to give 
color. Consider setting 
annuals in large pots, 
tubs or otter containers 




questions & answers about lawns & gardens 



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QUESTION: I have all 
this black, sooty stuff on 
my camellia leaves. My 
friends tell me it's the 
jets from Oceana dam- 
ping their fuel that causes 
thl^. Is it so - and what 
can be done to (H-event 
it?-Fred R., Chesopeian 
Colony. 

ANSWER: Tlie black 
sooty material on 
camellia leaves looks like 
left-over jet fuel - but it's 
not. It's the leavings of 
aphids and is often 
referred to as 

"honeydew." You should 
have sprayed early, but 
some control can be 
achieved now by 
spraying every 6 weeks 
with an all-purpose 
spray. You won't see 
much improvement 
before next season - but 
be sure to spray regularly 
to clean it up. 

QUESTION: I just 
planted azaleas under a 
magnolia tree. I rented a 



Don't forget 
to fertilize 

your trees 



Many homeowners 
busily fertilizing their 
lawns this spring may 
think their trees are 
getting a full share of the 
food nutrients, but the 
amount of fertilizer 
reaching tree roots deep 
below the surface will be 
negligible. 

Certainly lawns should 
be fed with a good fer- 
tilizer, but the lawn will 
use up the fertilizer 
before it reaches the 
roots lying deep in the 
.^ound. However, heavy 
.dosages d lawn fertilizer 
Around tre^ encourages 
develoinnent of roots at 
^e airface. Of course, 
this is only a suppl«nent 
and does not eliminate 
the need for tree feeding. 

AftCT the lawn has been 
lertilized, particular 
attention should be paid 
to fertUizing trees since 
00 other form of tree care 
prockices such dramatic 
results. 

And when you add 
fertilizer especially 
formulated for trees, 
your trees get WJe 
balanced diet that will 
keep them beautiful and 
healthy and betta* aUe to 
wittetand Insect attack, 
disease and summer 
drought. 



tiller from Taylor - and 
fixed a Mg bed - then 
filled It with aialeas. Now 
a friend tells me that I'll 
kill the magnolia tree - 
that its roots need air to 
breathe and it can't get 
air with the azaleas 
planted on top. Am I in 
trouble?-Mrs. Albert K., 
Ewell Road. 

ANSWER: You're not 
in trouUe. The magnolia 
tree can survive almost 
anything. Your azaleas 
may not grow well under 
the magnolia. Be sure to 
water them a lot, for the 
magnolia will sap up all 
the water around it. And 
fertilize the azaleas 
regulariy...Iaother words, 
you'll probably have 
more trouble keeping the 
azaleas alive than the 
magnolia. 

Have a lawn or garden 
problem? Send your 
question to the Sun. If we 
don't have the answer, 
we'll get it for you. 



for entrances, along 
edges <rf stei» or around 
posts and patios. You'll 
impress your guests 
^en your entrances are 
creatively decorated with 
flowers. Now, in the 
mi(klleof May, it's better 
to buy plants from your 
garden center than start 
from seed. Use zinnias, 
marigolds, petunias, 
geraniums, alyssum or 
any favorite of your own. 
Be sure to use a good soil 
mixture in a pot such as 
one-third peat moss; one 
third vermiculite and 
one-third good soil. Or 
3uy a bag of prepareji 
potting sou. 

IF YOU HAVE A 
BERMUDA LAWN, 
fertilize it heavily now 
with a high nitrogen lawn 
fertilizer. Bermuda 
requires more nitrogen 
han practically any other 

lawn grass. Golf courses 
usually fertilize it 
monthly at the rate of one 
pound of nitrogen per 
month per thousand 
square feet. Check the 
feeding instructions on 
the fertilizer bag and 
follow the directions. Be 
sure to use a special turf 
food for this heavy 
f«»»der. 

MARK YOUR BEDS 
WHERE NEW OR 
MORE BULBS ARE 
NEEDED. Take a garden 
stake (available at 
garden centers ) or cut a 
coat hanger into 12" 
sections and place one 
down wherever you need 
to plant additional tulips, 
daffodils, crocus or other 
spring-flowering bulbs 
thistall.Uoitnow while the 
tops of your bulbs still 
show and you know where 
the empty spots are. 

CONTINUE TO 
PLANT. Cool, dampish 
weather continues to 
make this an ideal 
planting time. Water new 
shrubs or trees weekly. 
Continue to set flower and 
vegetable plants. Sow a 
second variety of green 
beans for later picking. 



By ROBERT STIFFLER 
Gardening Editor 

With one circus just 
having left town and 
another due, it's time to 
telk about cages. But this 
time instead of wild 
animals, we're goii^ to 
put tomatoes in cag« - to 
get better plants and 
more tomatoes. 

The idea of growing 
tomatoes in cages was 
developed by our own 
Virginia Tech. It's proven 



so good that now the 
practice has spread up 
and down the East Coast. 
Virginia Beach's own 
Mike Parker, now 
retired, is credited with 
having developed the 
idea back in 1952. The 
practice next spread to 
Midiigan, wliere it was 
widely adopted by 
commercial tomato 
growers; then moved 
back to Southwest 
Virginia. Here's the 



simple process to follow: regularly to prevent 

.i. . , .,„„ insects and disease. 

After transplanting, a ^s the plant grows 

cage is pushed down over j^^^ ^j ^^^^^ q^ 

each plant. No suckenng ^^^^^ ,^„ the base of 

each leaf, so that you 



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THE GREENER your yard is, the quieter it will be. 
Grass, shrubbery and trees both absorb noise, and 
according to the Department of Agricluture, can cut 
traffic noise by as much as 65 percent... Tliere's been a 
definite trend to services duriill the last 10 years 
...cleaning services, ete. In lawn and garden care, 
such services are ava|able from organizations like 
Lawn-A-Mat and Hann8| Spray Service. Lawn-A-Mat 
started a few years b%k 4^ is now nationwide. 
Hanna is local, specializiniKn spraying. If you want a 
good looking lawn (and who doesn't) but don't know 
how or don't like the work, call Lawn-A-Mat. I've 
preached the need for regular spraying just about 
every week. I've used Hanna's services and know 
they're good. So if you don't know how to spray or 
don't like to mess with chemicals, call them. We're in 
an age of specialization in garden services as well as 
all others and these organizations^are^two exam- 
ples... Some folks recommend jdacii^ paper collars 
around the base of tomato plants when they set them 
out to control cutworms. Anothe method is to use 1 
teaspoon of 25 per cent Lindane solution in each gallon 
of transplant water when you the set the plants 
out . . .Remember that now is the time to prune to shape 
early-flowering shrubs that have finished their bloom 
period and remove dead wood and any diseased 
branches that are dving back. Then apply an all- 
purpose disease spray. Set the spray so that it will 
cover the upper part of the shrubs thoroughly as well 
as the lower branches... GIBBS NURSERY has the 
new coleus that is self-pinching and doesn't go to seed. 
Many people ask "what is coleus?" Like many other 
plants, it goes by a couple of different names. We used 
to call it "foliage plant" at home. It's that velvety- 
textured plant with varying leaves of red, yellow o*- 
green that grows best in shade. Little bloom but showy 
foliage. Now is a good time to plant coleus... Today's the 
day I'm spraying the weeds in my lawn. When the 
neighbor savs "Why don't you practice what you 
preach?", it's time to take action. I hope you'll do the 
same.. I have reached that age in life where it is 
harder to find temptation than it is to resist it. ..until 
next week, good gardening... JRS 



or pruning or training is 
done. The plant simply 
grows up through the 
cage, with some leaves 
and stems coming 
through the 6 inch 
squares of wire 'mesh, 
supporting the plant in an 
upright position. 

Cages allow plants to 
develop naturally and 
thus provide adequate 
shade for ripening fruit. 
Sunscald and fruit 
cracking are greatly 
reduced. Cages last for 
many years and may be 
stor^ outside. They're 
much easier to use than 
stakes and do a far better 
job. 

Put your plants about 
two feet apart, and put a 
cage around each one 
when planting. Be sure 
you have them in a sunny 
spot Mix a couple of 
tablespoons of Nutro 
Tomato FtxHl into the soil 
around each plant and 
use every 6 weeks 
thereafter. Always put 
tomato plants deep into 
the ground, pulling off the 
lower leaves and putting 
the plant that much 
(teeper into the soil. 

Keep soil moist with 
dally wMeririg the Tirs 
few days and water 
deeply each week the 
remainder of the sum- 
mer Dust your tomatoefi 



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develop one major plant. 

To water, the tomato 

"pros" take a two pound 

coffee can, pound holes in 

the sides and bottom and j 

set it into the ground J PLwITS 

between two tomato I 

plants. Tlien fill the can j 

with water and it seeps j 

out slowly into the soil, 

waterii^ the plant. 

If you want the best 
tomatoes ever this year, 
the professionals say to 
use cages. You can make 
your own - or Bryant 
Hardware makes thetn 
up and keeps them in 
stock. Better Boy is still 
one of the best variety of | 
plants for this area - so j 
put yours in a cage and 1 murmLMJ^n ■ 

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Basketball Team named 



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FIRST TEAM 
MIKE ANGE, PRINCESS ANN 
ia.TON GROSS, BAYSIDE 
Jni GOFFIGAN, BAYSIDE 
BROOKS WILLIAMS, COX 
jm ROBERTS, KEMPSVnXE 



^ AiceonUiv to the votii^ by Viif inia Beach high 
.,'!^^tedl bead baakett>aU coaches, '|io <me school was 
^.'V maf kUfy loaded with all the cage talent this past 
— ihwry adiool to represented on the h«Mior 




Two 



.^ .^^ U t» tap five idayers are seniors. 

^tlkntm^kias the second sun AU-City Basketball 

TiBton AM wcfmA. Mike, Ange, the bi^est man in 

D^tetball at 67" led aU voting, but not by a 

wkle nsaigta. Ange, from Princess Anne, Brooks 

, from Cox, and Jim Roberts, from Kemps- 

1^, are ibe stRuors. 

^Jik tm itaa^an on the first team are Elton Gn^s 
ffift .nm GofiF^n. Both are fnm Bayside, and both 
itoM be b£K:k on the first team roster next year. 

Ite oidy sq^hcmiore picked on the three te^ms is 
first Qd^ual's Speedy Gainer. In his firat year of 
Wtlpi schocd competitiw. Gainer scored 275 points, an 
avenge of 14.4 tallies per game. The year before at 
VffgiBia Beach Jiaiior Hi^, he led all City scorers in 
Joaler ii^"Circuit with his 40 point; j>er game 
;^^ftNlrage. 

'l-f*J.-.: ; FIRST TEAM 

. HRQS ANGE, Princess Anne, 6'7" 185i)ound senior 
.. eeata', scored sao ptrints. Averaged 24.7 points and 
' '*^J relMNinds pm* game. Seas<m high was 35 points 

"^•^ijalogt Wrst CeUMiial And (h-anby. ^_ 

^-fl^^ GIU)5S, Bayside, ^'fT 206-pound jmicSr 
•^• ^uifi. Sco«^ 400 points. Averagpd 18.4 points and 
*^1.2T^»caids per game. Season high was 27 points 
Maury. 
^j^OFFIGAN,- Bayside. 6'4" 175-pound junior 
'.fF^^&nmirii. Scored 39? points. Averaged 18.7 points 
and 12.5 rebounds per game. Season higii was 32 
_ pou.ii against First Colonial. 
* ".VJEROOKS WILLIAMS. Cox, 6'4" 200-pound senior 
-^:^ ^^ttel' &bred 294 points. Averaged 14.5 points and 
Y* ^tSiH^r^o^Slper game Season high was 23 points 
'•:4^ lli^faist fiUmm Anae. 
•-^'^ VH-^AMBftTS, KempavtUe, 6'3" 186-pound senior 
ecaler;8cOTe<f368 points. Averaged 19.4 points and 
: . i'"^^')' raotndi pei'^^ine. Season high was 26 points 
.- .«:^%afiili»t {a« and Booker T Washington. 




yilfci; ^^ — SECOND TEAM ^ ^_ 

AMDY ROBINSON, Cox, 6'2" 220-pbund junior for- 
'.•.•r«!<il«itl. Scored 8» points. Averaged 18.1 points and 
:<%re|9>|3,;3f%|}MlHlS per game. Scasbn high was 29 potntji 
1^^ Lake Taylor. 
"WBEby GAINER First Colonial, 5'8" 140-pound 
a aphw n cr e guard. Scored 275 points. Averaged 14.4 
pgtoti per game. S€^»oa high was 25 points against 
Norvltw. 
TONY DAVIS, Kellam, S'9" 25-pound senior guard. 
Stared 21S points. Averaged 10 points and 2.4 
rebomA per game. Season high was 26 points 
againat First Colonial 
fiadMB Arnie, 6*4" 165-pound junior forward. Scored 
81 pmnta. Averaged 11. l points and 3.5 rebounds 
^^^ gma. SeasMi high was 18 points against Cox. 
c€lKKIGE PURDIN, Princess Anne, 6'6" 175-pound 
^imm fwward. Scored 288 points. Averaged 13.7 
'^Ipolnta and 7.6 rebounds per ^me. Season high was 
:'r^i4tp0inla>aiBio8t Kempsville and KeUam. 

)N, KraaiwviUe, 6'5" 183-pound junior 
Scorcid 275 pdnts. Averaged 17.2 points 
and 10.5 rebowKli par game. Season high was 32 
points against WOaon . 



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HONORABLE MENTION 

IN HlfHAN, Bayside, 6' 190-poiuid senior 
guaid. Sewed 179 points. Averaged 8.8 points and 
4.7 rrixNOMls per game. Sedson high was 24 points 
..ag alart Pria<«M Aime. 

STEVE STRAUSBAUGH, Kellam, 6' 165-pound senior 
0iard. ScfM-ed 180 points. Averaged 9.1 points and 2 
reboia^ per game. Season high was 24 points 
against Lake Taykn-. 

pAVE SWINGLE, Cox, 6' 150-pound senior forward 
IPid guard. Sc^Hred 165 points. Averaged 7.5 points 
^6.2rdbounds. Season high was 15 points against 
G^anfay. 

MIKE JEWELL, Cox, 6'lVi" 175-pound senior guard. 
Scored 151 points. Averaged 8.7 points and 3 
rebounds. S^»on high was 18 p<Hnts against First 
Colonial. 

MKE TORRECH, Kempsville, 5'6" 132-pound senior 

^;4|»rd. Scored 91 points. Averaged 4.5 points per 
^me. Seasim high was 14 points against Firet 
Colonial. 

BHXnTMER, Cox, 6' 182-pound soiior guard. Scored 
ISO points. Averaged 6.2 ptunts and 5.2 rebounds per 
gme. Seaaon hi^ was 12 points apiMt Bajiside 
mdGnu^. 

Soccer Lreague standings 

TEAM 

Larkspur Larks 

'nantiraadC^tUnals 

KeapifUleSpartani 

I Airtwra MgJnCTt 

Uurkapor Spur.<i 

WAam 

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KffBpMpfOelVojam 

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KieniviUe Vikings 

WMMtekRodiete 

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9 
8 
6 
5 
4 
4 
3 
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5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
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9 
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3 
4 
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SECOND TEAM 

RANDY ROBINSON, COX 

SPEEDY GAINER, FIRST COLONIAL 

TONY DAVIS, KELLAM 

JOHN PADEN, PRINCESS ANNE 

GEORGE PURDIN, PRINCESS ANNE 

BRITT GLISSON, KEMPSVILLE 




mKi ANGE 
PRINCBSS ANNi 




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BAYSIDE 





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BROOKS WILLIAMS 
COX 



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Tte LrtapgLtt-ki won both the City and the 



HTON GROSS 
BAYSIDE 



HONORABLE MENTION 

VERNON HYMAN, BAYSIDE 

STEVE STRAUSBAUGH, KELLAM 

BILL ITTNER, COX 

MIKE TORRECH, KEMPSVILLE 

DAVE SWINGLE. COX 

MIKE JEWELL. COX 



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IPORTI 

By T. Jay Brumbley SfMrts Editor 



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Women's softball 
tourney at Oceana 



Tlie women's .softball 
tournament season opens 
this weekend at 
Oceana Park with the 
10-team Metro Norfolk 
Women .s Invitational 

The tourney is sponsort d 
by the Norfolk AS. A 

Umpire's Association. 
Teams from Ohio. New 
York, Tennes.see Nortli 
Carolina, and Virginia 
will participate. Two 
local powerhouiies. the 
Virginians and the 



Travelers, will be 
playing. A Virginia 
Beach team, the 
Virginia.s, is the defen- 
ding champions. 

Play opens Friday 
night at 8 p.m. .Saturday's 
first game is at, 8 a.m., 
and the double - 
elimination tourney ends 
on Sunday, with the finals 
set to begin at 12:30 p.m. 
Admission will be $1 per 
session, or a three-day 
pass can be purchased for 
$2.50 



Ladies Golf 
Association 
play results 



JIM ROBERTS 
KEMPSVILLE 



im Ked Wing l^ke 
Ladies Golf Association, 
which meets at the course 
every Tuesday morning 
at 9 a.m. held a Poker 
Golf Tournament on May 
ist. Juanita Nottingham 
was the winner Lu. y 
Berlucchi finished 
second, and Ann Price 
was third. 



A Net Tournament was 
held May 8th. Anita 
Heinbockel and Vie 
Zelum finished in a tie for 
firsfplace honors. Second 
place also ended in a 
deadlock when Sylvia 
Chandler and Ann Price 
turned in identical 
scorecards, Reggi Wyles 
was third. 



Horse Arena at P. A. 
Park open for practice 



On May I5th, the 
I>epartment of Parks and 
Eecreation opened the 
horse show arena at 
Princess Anne Park in 
Virginia Beach to both 
adult and youth- hor- 
semen in the area for 
riding practice. The 
Arena is available for use 
(Ml Tuesday, Wednesday 
and Thursday evciings 
from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. 
throughout the summer 
months. 

Practice sessions are 
scheduled each evening 
for such riding events as 
barrel racing, pole 
bending Jumping. 



representative of the 
Department is on hand to 
supervise use of the 
arena. The arena is 
located at the in- 
tersection of Princess 
Anne and Landstown 
Roads. 



STUDENTS!!!!!!! 



Are you in a qtundiif about leui future? 

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U.S Coast Guard; it is 
certified by the Md. Dept. 
of Education; and ap 
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benefits. Too good to bt 
true? Get details by 

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Why not oe a Marin'- 
engineer in the t> S 
Merctiant Marine? The 
CALHOON MEBA 
ENGINEERIfJG SCHOOL 
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pleasure 



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Citywide 
P.E.Meet 

The 15th Annual 
Citywide Physical Fit- 
ness Meet for elementary 
school students in grades 
4 through 7 will be held at 
the Frank Cox High 
School stadium beginning 
at 10:30 a.m. today, 
Thursday. May 17th. 

Nearly 1800 students 
are expected to par- 
ticipate in thirteen 
separate events as part of 
the yearly competition. 

Everyone is invited to 
attend and enjoy the 
competition among 
students from 38 Virginia 
Beach schools. 

Instructors 
needed 

Tlie City of Virginia 
Beach Parks and 
Recreation Department 
needs instructors this 
summer for archery, 
batcm. charm, guitar and 
surf fishing. 

Anyone qualified to 
teach these subject or 
any other recreational 
activity is asked to call 
tlie Parks and Recreation 
Department at 497-4884. 



YOUR,GAS STATION WILL NOT LIKE 
YOUR NEW RENAULT 

But Your Wallef Sure Will! 



Automotive 



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lor in6xX«UR« «knd pU'-,r.,n^ o£ 
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Princess Anne squeezes 

by Kempsville to win the 
Regionalgolfchampionship 



Kempsville gave 
Princes Anne its closest 
golf match of the seasim 
last week in ttie Eastern 
Regional Golf Tour- 
nament, but the 
Cavaliers squeeze by by 
a single stroke to down 
the Chiefs 294-295. 

Next on the schedule 
toe both teams is the 
State GoU Toumam^t. 
It wiU be held at Lake 
Wrifplit Golf Course on the 
flat and 22nd <rf May. 
Although ttie Cavaliers 
are favored to repeat as 
State Champions, 
Kemi»viUe is expected to 
give Uiem another tough 
challenge. 

Curtis Strange won 
medalist honors for the 
day. The top Princess 
Anne golfer turned in a 
three-under-par^ 69. 
Runner-up honors went to 
Kempsville's Roger 
Savage, who shot a two- 
under-par 70. 

Curtis Savage was the 
only player in the 
-tourne y^ 



eO's. CfMnpteting tne 
Cavalier foursome, 
Richard Tucker slwt a 73, 
Alan Stnu^e a 74, and 
Phil Stewart a 78. 
Kempsville was led by 

Roger lavage's 70. 
Bruce Pairis shot a 73, 
Billage Savage a 74, and 
Bill Cullo) a 78. It burned 
out that the one {stroke 
dif fa*a]ce between Curtis 
Strange's and Roger 
Savage's scorecards 
made ttie difference in 
the toumam^it outcome. 

Ftnir individual players 
quidified for the State 
tournament next Monday 
and Tuesday. Skeeter 
Heath of Bethel and 
Maury's Nolan Fine 
qualified with 7's. 
Kellam's Tommy 
Womack won a State 
berth with his 73, and 
Ricardo Britt of First 
Colonial won the final 
spot with a 75. 

Britt won his State 
tourney spot in a fair- 
way playoff. He clinched 
his berth on^^thethirdiiole. 



<rf a sudden-death playoff 
with players from 
Hampton, Great Bridge, 
and Kecoughtan. 
Team scores follow. 
ChurchlaiKi is not listed 
in the column becaiK« the 
team was disqualified 
after one of the ChTKch- 
land golfers quit in 
disgust after nine holes of 
play. 

2nd in District 



princess anne 
kempsviuj: 

KELLAM 
FIRST COLONIAL 

Ferguson 

Hampton 

Kficoi^tan 

OKar Smith 

Bethel 

Manor 

Great Bridge 



294 

295 

305 

313 

322 

322 

332 

333 

335 

336 

351 




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The FIRST KING MACKEREL CAUGHT By an 
angler ftehiag from an ocean pier this year weighed It 
poHi^. 3 mmces. Jose Seraflm caught this bea^y frwn 
the Frisco Pier on the Outer Banks. Shown with his son 
Joby. Scrafim Is stationed at Oceana Naval ^r 
Station. 



Kempsville tennis team 
claims City championship 



Brooks Williams 

and Bill Summs 
top Cox winners 



Cox High School 
honored its outstanding . 
athletes at the Annual 
Sports . Banquet on 
Wednesday, May 9th. 
Leading the hosts of 
winners were Brook 
Williams and Bill 
Summs, who carted off 
seven trophies between 
them. 

Brook Williams won the 
Outstanding Senior 
TroiAy in three sports 
and was then named the 
vihner of the Bill Mc- 
Farland Memorial 
Award. His three in- 
divichial trophies were for 
football, basketball, and 
tennis. 

Bill Summs was 
presented the David N. 
Maxwell Memorial 
Trophy for the Most 
Otrtstanding Defensive 
Lineman in Virginia 
Basch. Two troi^iies 

fmA with the award, a 
tlvee-f oot hi^ silver and 
mdnut perpetual trofdiy 
to remain at the school 
and a foot-high personal 
trophy to be kept by 
&imms. 

The award was 
established by David's , 
parents, Mp & Mrs. 
Hubert C. Haxwell, as a 
manorial to thefr soil, 
v^o was killed in Korea 
while serving his country. 
The award will be made 
gnnually to the top 
itf ensive lineman in tte 
Ctty, picked by vote of the 
six area high school 
football coaches. The 
personal tr(#y will be 
presented annually by the 
Vintinia Beach Sun. 

Summs also was 
oresented Cox's Most 
Outstanding Blocker 
Award. Bill Span, who 
teamed with Summs to 
give the Falcons the top 
ffliard duo in the State, 
^med the school's Most 
Outstanding Defensive 
Player Tn^hy. 

Winners of the Most 
Outstanding Senior 
Awards in the other 
sports ws-e, Tyler Doyle- 
field hockey, Mike 
Battalio-wrestling, Sandy 
C^xikwright - gymnai^s, 



and Jeff Castle - baseball. 
The track award will be 
{nresented at the end of 
the season, and no award 
will be made in golf. 

Scott Harrell was 
named the Most Im- 
proved Senior Athlete. 
Harrell was a stalwart on 
the school's State 
Championship wrestling 
team. David Swingle won 
the Walter N. Carroll 
Best All-Around Athlete 
Award. 

Sonny Handle, head 
football coach at East 
Carolina University, was 
guest speaker for the 
evening. He directed his 
remarks to both the 
athletes and their 
parents. WAVY-TV's 
sports announcer Bud 
Kaatz served as master 
of ceremonies. 

Tmnbling, 
gymnastics 
classes set 

The Virginia Beach' 
Recreaticm Department 
Will spwasor two four- 
week Tumbling and 
Gymnastics Develop- 
mental Programs for 
boys and girls in grades 4 
through 11. Offered at no 
cost, the sessions will be 
held at Bayside Jimior 
HighSdwol. 

"Oie first session b^ins 
<» June 25th and ends on 
July 2(tth. The second 
session will be from July^ 
23rd until August 17th. 
C^ass sizes will be limited 
to 40 sta^sitB per class, 
and pach t^am will be 
grouped aoMHiiii^ to age 
and experience. 

Applicatioi toftns may 
be picked \xp fhrni each 
elementary school 
principal's office and 
from junior ami high 
sdioid i^m:al educatkm 
teachers. All ap- 
plications must be 
recdved by the Parks 
aiMl Recr^tiim Depart*^ 
m«it by Friday, Jum 1st. 



The Kempsville High 
School tennis team has 
won the Virginia Beach 
Chanipionship. The Chief 
netters went undefeated, 
EH), in City competition, 
kempsville defeated 
the other five Beach high 
schools on the court to 
claim their City title. The 
Chief netters downed 
First Colonial 8-1, Kellam 
9-0, Cox 6-3, Princess 
Anne 8-1, and Bayside 9-0. 
Overall, the team 
finished with a 14-1 
record. For the Eastern 
District, Kempsville won 
runner-up honors with a 
9-1 record, the only loss 
being to undefeated 
Maury. 

In the Eastern District 
Tennis Tournament last 
Saturday, Kempsville 
again fini^ed second to 
Maury. Maury won the 
six singles matches and 
two of the three doubles 
matches. 

The team of Steve 
Slavish and Dave 
McAnulty won the 
number three doubles 
event. The Kempsville 
duo downed Maury's Ron 
Barham and Eddie 
Romm 6-2, 6-2, thus 
preventing a complete 
sweep by the Com- 
modores. 

Complete results of the 
Eastern District Tour- 
nament foHow: 



TEAM SCORES 

Maury 34 

KEMPSVILLE 24 

COX 16 

BAYSIDE 13 



Granby 13 

PRINCESS ANNE 9 

FIRST COLONIAL 7 

Norview • '-)! ■ 

KELLAM 6 

Lake Taylor 6 

SINGLES FINALS 

No. 1: Thomas (M) d. 
MINSCHKE (KEMPS- 
VILLE) 6-4, 6-1. 

No. 2: Reed (M) d. 
Engels (N) 6:3, 6-4. 

No. 3 Kramer (M) d. 
SWINGLE (COX) 6-2, 7-6. 

No. 4: Adsit (M) d. 
O'HARA (KEMPS- 
VILLE) 6-2, 64. 

No. 5: Willis (M) d. 
MCANULTY (KEMPS- 
VILLE) 6-2, 6-1. 

No. 6: Jacobsun (M) d. 
STAVISH (KEMPS- 
VILLE) 6-2, 6-1. 

DOUBLES FINALS 

No. 1: Thomas-Kramer 
(M) d. WILLIAMS- 
SWINGLE (COX) 64, 6-3. 
No. 2: Reed-Adsit (M) 
d. MEADOWS - O'HARA 
(KEMPSVILLE) 6-0, 6-7, 
6-1. 

No. 3: MC- 

ANULTY; STAVISH 
(KEMPSVILLE) d. 
Barham-Romm (M) 6-2, 
6-2. 

DOUBLES SEMIFINALS 
No. 1: Tlwnlas-Kramer 
(M) d. KNERR-RAUNIG 
(BAYSIDE), 6-2, 5-7, 6-3. 
WILLIAMS - SWINGLE 
(COX) d. MINSCHKE- 
SK ALTSOUNIS 
(KEMPSVILLE 4-6, 6-3, 
6-4. 

No. 2: Reed-Adsit (M) 
d. Lane-Sambrowski (N) 



6-0, 6-1. MEADOWS- 
O'HARA (KEMPS- 
VILLE) d. SAVAGE- 
BARRY (COX) 6-3, 6-4. 

No. 3: Barham- 
Romm (M) d. Chesky- 
Dungan (LT) 6-8, 6-2. 
MCANULTY - STAVISH 
(KEMPSVILLE) d. 
SHEEHAM - KNEER 
(BAYSIDE) frO, 6-1. 

SINGLES SEMIFINALS 
No. 1: Thomas (M) d. 
Pretlow (G) 6-3, 6-2. 
MINSCHKE (KEMPS- 
VILLE d. DANFORTH 
(FIRST COLONIAL) 6-3, 
6-3. 

No. 2: Reed (M) d. 
JONES (FIRST 
COLONIAL) 6-1, 6-3. 
Engels (N) d. WILLIAMS 
(COX) 6-7, 7-5, 6-3. 



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No. 3: Kramer (M) d. 
Levinson (G) 64, 64. 

SWINGLE (COX) d. 
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No. 4: Adsit (M) d. Sch- 
wan (G) 64, O'HARA 
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KERNER (PRINCESS 

ANNE) 6-2, 6-1. 

No. 5: Willis (M) d. 
PLISCO (PRINCESS 
ANNE) 6-3, 6-2. 
MCANULTY KEMPS- 
VILLE) d. EDWARDS 
(FIRST COLONIAL) 7-6, 

No. 6: Jacobson (M) d. 
Shapiro (G) 6-2, 6-3. 
STAVISH (KEMPS- 
VILLE) d. KNERR 
(BAYSIDE) 6-3, 6-2. 



Although the season 
began with a lot of 
uncertainties for de- 
fendiiig state baseball 
chan^rioB Kempsville, 
the tcMot iwt their act 
toge^ <iiiickly for the 
title ddEenae. The Chiefs 
wrapp^ i4> their tlura 
strai^t Eastern EHstrict 
title on Monday by 
downiing Granby 4-1. 

Ilw Chi^s flnished the 
r^idar seawm with a 9-1 
mark. Cox.haiKled them 
ttieir only District loss. 
The race was in doubt 
until tbi final day of the 
season, itonpsville had 
just a one-game lead over 
secoiuH>lace Bo<^er T. 
Washington. Both teams 
won their final games. 

Bats and balk 
drive begun by 
Little League 

An equipmoit drive has 
been launched nation- 
wide to provide Little 
League teams with 
1300,000 worth of bats and 
balls. All of the teams in 
the Virginia Beach littie 
League are participating 
in the drive. Sixteen 
thousand Tidewater boys 
are little League team 
members. 

Scott Paper Company 
is donating five cents for 
each seal of quality from 
their towels, tissues, and 
napkins. People in- 
terested in helping the 
teams are urged to turn 
in seals from the product 
wrappers to the Little 
Leajzue Women's 
Auxiuary and Team 
Mothers at the concession 
stands during all games. 
Seals must be turned in 
by July 25th. 



and the final District 
standings show the 
Bo<dcers still one game 
back : with their 8-2 
record. 

The Chiefs won their 
final game handily. 
Winning pitcher Frank 
Welch gave up just one - 
hit to the Cwnet batters in 
seven innings.IHe also 
fanned seveniHTOting his 

first win of thenar. 
EASTERN JTOTRICT 
FINAL STANDINGS 

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• 2 

2 
4 

5 
BAYSIDE ^" 4 6 
PRINCESS Af^JfP 4 6 

COX \; 3 7 

KELLAM •■* 3 7 
Granby 3 7 



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Po|^ip— Th« Sun— Thursdoy, May 17, 1973 I 

Florence Schdcklin 
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marriage of 
ee Fay Sdhocklin 
inia Beach and 
Robinson Layne 
ice on May 12 at 2 
p.m. i^ Saint Hierese's 
Cathopc Church with the 
Rev. ^rank Ready of- 
ficiate at the double- 
ring OTemony. 

tIkk bride is the 
daugi^r of Mr. and Mrs. 
Leo V. Schocklin of, 
Portsmouth. The 
bride^ttom is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey R. 
Layne of Crozier, Va. 

The -bride was given m 
marrk^e by her father. 
She w6re a gown of white 
silk organza with bodice 
of lace and pearls. It 
featured a Victorian 
neckliiie and long puff 
cuffei^leeves. The A-line 
skirt ^as appliqued with 
lace :«nd pearls and 
featutfd a hemline ruffle 
edged: with pearls and a 
detawable waistline 
train .JHer headpiece was 
a ju|(et cap a|H)liqued 
with mce and pearls. The 
gown^Was designed and 
mad^y Mrs. Stephen J. 
Magiija Sr. of Floral 
Park^: N.Y. The bride 
carrt#d a bouquet of 
whit^j roses ai^ blue 
daisi^. 

Mr^. Stephen J. Magula 
Jr. s6fved as her sister's 
matron of ^ honor. 
Bridesmaids were Mrs. 



Dennis Matthews of 
Virginia Beach and Mrs. 
Douglas Layne of 
Manassas. 

The tn-idal attendants 
wore powder blue floor 
length gowns. They 
featured piped 
waistlines, tiicked fronts 
and Victorian necklines, 
puff sleeves with sdf 
ruffles and soft, flowing 
skirts with hemline 
ruffles. They carried 
bouquets of white daisies 
and baby's breath. 

Edith Anne and 
Maureen Lee Magula, 
nieces oi the bricte, were 
flower girls. They wcwe 
dresses similar to the 
bridal attendants' in 
shades of blue and white. 
They carried a basket of 
rose petals. 

Harvey R. Layiw was 
his son's best man. 
Ushers were Timothy F. 
Schocklin of Portsmouth, 
Stei^en J. Magula Jr. of 
Vii^inia Beach, Douglas 
Layne of Manassas and 
Edward Carpenter of 
Crozier. 

Mrs. Marsha White was 
organist and Mrs. F.T. 
Oliver was sdoist. Mrs. 
Nancy Kramer served as 
mistress «t, ceremonies. 

After the ceremony, a 
reception was held at the 
church social hall. The 
couple will reside in 
Roandce. 



Club notes 



CAVALIERS YOUTH PAIR 

The grtncess Anne High School Marching Cavaliers will 
preetiinH Vouth Fair at the school stadium AAay 22 through 
2i. hjot^s are S to .10 p.m. weekdays and 1 to 10 p.m. 
weekeins. Tickets may be obtained from band and drill 
teaml stodenl%. 

. y TOWN-N-GOWN 

Towf||T4 Gown, an organization of area citizens, military 
servifc^nd members of Old Dominion University, rocantly 
instatleSi Its Executive Board. Members are president, Mrs. 
Ole J(^son; vice presidents, Esther Roberts, program, 
Mrs.'OMNgtit Newell, membership, Mrs. Wynford Harriai, 
Ca rr mkiNiikv ri pubttcity, Mrs, James Van Pelt, hoapitlHIty; 
corrds^Wtding secretary, Mrs. R. 8. Dawson; recording 
secret^, Mrs.R. L. J. Long; treasurer, Mrs. Ernest Nau; 
histofiifis, Mrs. Paul Yeonas, Mrs. Gus James; mem- 
bers iif-farge, Mrs. Robert Bishop, Mrs. Harold Elckoff, 
Mrs. Anttiony /wontagna, Mrs. Justine Nusbaum, Dr. J. Guy 
Price, Mrs. Robert Stem, Mrs. Robert Thrasher and Mrs. 
Harry Train. 

MOOSE LODGE 

New officers of Virginia Beacti AAoose Lodge 1998 were 
receittts installed. Ttiey are governor. Hunter M. Camp Jr.; 
junis-^vernor, Ellis Harmon; prelate, Harold F. Lyora; 
trea*fe|r, Sidney M. Dows; trustees, Raymond F. Phillips, 
RichlH|M. James, Clarence St>ott; sergeant at arms, 0. F. 
Kennedy; assistant sergeant at arms, A. A. Crabb; Inner 
guar|f, Robert Repass; outer Guard, Pat Murray. 

LIGHTHOUSE CHAPTER ABWA 
Barbara Sctineider from Elaine Powers Figure Salon will 
be geeu speaker at the dinner meeting of the Lighthouse 
Chariim American Business Women's Association, May 22 
at 6:45 p.m. at ttie Pancake House in Princess Anne Plaza. 
Charlotte Maness of Bayslde High School will be vocational 
speaker. The Womae of the Year will also be chosen. The 
themie of the meetlrHi Is scholarship month. 
i> VIRGINIA SEACHYWCA 

AAi^dward Phillips will head the Virginia Beach Branch 
YWn^ chairman of the Committee on Administration for 
the CMning year. Mrs. A.F. Splcuzza was elected vice 
chaifman and Mrs. Daniel Roderick, secretary. New 
. members elected to the committee are Mrs. William 
Colieron, Mrs. Owen Dobbs, Mrs. Harry Engel, AArs. Roger 
w. GAnsy, Mrs. Walter Robbins, Mrs. Daniel Roderick. Mrs. 
Claude Jate and Mrs. Eugene Taylor. Re-elected were AArs. 
A. A, fpami and Mrs. Paul Bechard. 

1^ LEGAL SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION 

Sen. |be Canada will be guest speaker at the annual In- 
stallatiqh dinner meeting of the Virginia Beach Legal 

Secretajfies Association at the Ramada inn Oceanfront on 

May 21 it 6:30 p.m. The Honorable Fred Auchamp will in- 
stall th^foliowing officers: president, Sandra Brown; vice 
president, Gerry Earnest; treasurer, Betty AAcAdams; 

I recording secretary, Betty Riggs; governor, MIckeiie Pore; 

>9>J^^ representative, Dorothy Swanson. 

5 SHELTON PARK PTA 

instaWation of new officers will be included in the AAay 21 
meetln^of the Shelton Park Elementary School PTA at 7:30 
p.m. in the school auditorium. The Gladys H. AAarshall 
Scholarship will be awarded and a Spring ChorW Program 

will be Jnciuded. ' 

MONTICELLO CHAPTER, AiWA 

The AAonticello Charter Chapter, American Business^ 
Women's Association, will hold Its monthly dinner 
meeting on May 24 at 6 p.m. at Browneys Restaurant. 
Featured speaker wrfrBe>Dr. Robert M. Forrester, assistant 
superintendent, Norfolk City Schools. Election and in- 
stallation of officers will be included. 

VIRGINIA BEACH— PRINCESS ANNE 
JUNIOR WOMEN'S CLUS 
The Virginia Beach Princess Anne Junior \Atomen's Club 
will hofd its luncheon meeting at the Black Angus 
Restaurant on AAay 19. Officers to be installed are president, 
Mrs. wniram K. Jenkins; first vice president, AArs. Ronald 
• B. Wilek; second vice president; AArs. Michael KatsiM; 
third vite president, Mrs. Wayne Sawyer; corresponding 
secretary, Mrs. Donald P. Sullivan; recording secretary, 
Mrs r: W. Flanagan; treasurer, AArs. William C. Gill. 

LAKE JOYCE GARDEN CLUB 

Mrs Carey j. Fox lectured on "Home Green HOMC 
Gardening" at the recent monthly meeting Of ttte Lato 
Joyce Garden Club at Shore Drive Inn. The club honored 
Mrs. M.-K. Crockett by placing her name on the Honor Roll 
Plaque at the Federation of Garden Clubs of HortOik and 
Vicinity; Garden Center Educationai Building. 



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YWCA summer day camp 



Reservations are now 
being taken for an eight- 
week day camp for toys 
and girls ages 7 to 11 to be 
held at the YWCA Camp 
Owaissa off Shore Drive. 

Camp will open <hi June 
25 and run through 
August 16. There will be 
four two-week periods, 
each consisting of eight 
days, Monday through 
Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 
S p.m. 

The program will in- 
clude crafts, music, 
drama, dance, nature 



study, games and 
swimming instriKtion. 
The prof et»ional staff ol 
six counselors will be 
assisted by a group of 
volunteer teen coun- 
selors. 

Transportation of 
children by charter bus 
will be avfdlable at eight 
pick-up spots throughout 
the city. 

Further information 
may be obtained from 
Mrs. Sherri Wheeler, 625- 
4248. 



Women's clubs to give 
six leadership awards 



The Beach-Suburban 
Republican Women's 
Oub and the Virginia 
Beach Republican 
Women's Gub will jointly 
present an Outstanding 
Leadership Award to one 
graduating student from 
each of the six Virginia 
Beach high schools. 

The award will be in the 
form (rf a $25 savings 
hoad and the student 
receiving the award will 
be chosen from the senior 
government claaies by 
ttie course teacher. 

Students will be 
selected or the basis of 



exercises. 



Legal secretaries 
to host convention 



The Norfolk- 
Portsmouth Area Legal 
Secretaries Association 
will be hostess chapter 
for the 11th Annual 
Convention of the 
Virginia Association of 
L^al Secretaries, which 



is to be held May 18-20 at 
the Holiday Inn-Scope, 
Norfolk. 

About 200 legal 
secretaries from the 12 
chapters of the State 
Associatim are expected 
to attend. 




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Susan Detaacti weds 
Glenn Lowell Kingery 



Susan Denise DeLoach 
became the bride of 
Glenn Lowell Kingery on 
May 12 at 3 p.m. at First 
Presbyterian Church with 
the Rev. WUUam Hedrick 
officiating at the can- 
dlelight ceremony. 

The bride is the 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Sterling R. DeLoach of 
Virginia Beach. The 
bridegroom is the 
son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Willard 0. Kingery of 
Gahanna, Ohio. 
The bride was givoi in 
marriage by her father. 
She wwe a high necked, 
long sleeved white satin 
gown of princess design 
horned with panels of 
wide peau d'ange lace 
centered with teardrop 
and seed pearls running 
from shoulder to h^nline. 
The lower portion of the 
gown and matchhig train 
were bordered with wide 
peau d'ange lace. A high 
crowned mantilla bor- 
dered witti peau d'ange 
lace and pearls. She 
carried a white Bible 
adorned with a white 
orchid and lilies of the 
valley. 

Mrs. Judy Ann Dunn of 
Dallas, the bride's aunt, 
was matron of hraor. 
Susan Elizabeth Colee of 
Virginia Beach was maid 
of honor. The honor at- 
tendants wore blue 
lutesong gowns trimmed 
in white lace with mat- 

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illusion elbow length 
veils. They carried 
bouquets of daisies. 

BrUlesmaids were 
Bomie Jones and Patty 
Kay Shaw of Virginia 
Beach. Junior 
bridesmaids were 
Kristiand Kellie Dunn of 
Dallas. Ih^ wore gowns 
idmtical to the honor 
attendants'. 

Kristen Danielle Cayea 
ot Virginia Beach was 
ftower girl. Ring bearer 
was Gordon Carl Ufkes of 
Virginia Beach. 

Gary Lane DeLoach, 
brother of the bride, was 
best man. Ushers were 
David Dunbar, Craig 
Nash, Clinton Scofield, 
Leary Sink and Michad 
Jones, all of Virginia 
Beach. 

The bride is a graduate 
(d Cox High School and 
attended Tidewater 
Community College, 
Virginia Beach campus. 
The groom is a graduate 
of New Albany High 
School (Ohio) and served 
in the U.S. Army. He is 
employed as an artist 
with Cardinal Sign 
Company. 

A reception was held in 
the Pocahontas Room of 
the Cavalier Hotel. After 
a weddtaig tHp to Nags 
Head, N.C., the couple 
will reside in Virgnia 
Beach. 



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courage to stand by their 
convictions. They^ MiH ' 
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initiative and possess a 
sense of humor. 

The women's cluto are 
presenting the awards in 
recognition of the 
growing interest the 
young people are 
disidaying in government 
by their participation in 
the political parties of 
their choice. The awards 
will be made at com- 
mencement 



In conjunction with 
National Nursing Home 
Week, Homer W. Cun- 
ningham, President of 
Progressive Medical 
Group, Inc., has an- 
nounced the establish- 
ment of the PMG 
Scholarship Fund, 
available to children of 
employees who desire to 
seek a career in the field 
of nursing. 

The winner of the first 
annual scholarship may 
follow either a licensed 



practical nursing or 
registered nursing 
program at the school of 
his or her choice. 

All applicants must be 
graduating seniors or 
high school graduates. A 

panel of judges will select 
the outstanding can- 
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basis. Recipients will be 
subject to review after 
each school year to 
determine continued 
eligibility. 



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WE CARE — Mrs. JnUa Desgala (right). resMent of Medk-Home Health 
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Sbndra Turner Stevens 
became the bride of Alvin 
Lee Oldaker Sr. on April 
21 at First Baptist Church 
with the Rev. W. ThtHnas 

•Wood officiating at the 
formal afternoon 
ceremony. 

The bride is the 
daughter'of Mr. and Mrs. 

>4Sdward H. Tumo' of 
Boone, N.C., formerly of 
Virginia Beach. The 
bridegroom is the son of 
Mrs. Mary Oldaker of 
Virginia Beach. 

the bride was given 
away by her father. She 
wore a powder blue floor 
length princess style 
gown of silk organza with 
long sleeves and mat- 
ching veil. She carried a 
lace covered bible 
trimmed with a white 
orchid surrounded by 
pink camatiomi. 
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S[|aron Ball weds Charles Douglas 



say, Jr. of Boone, N.C., 
served as her rister't 
matron of honor. Sht 
wore a floor length gown 
of pastel print organu 
with matching picturt 
hat. She carried • 
nosegay (tf mbced mm* 
mer flowers. 

David Cartwright of 
\^rginia Beach was hit 
uncle's best man. Ushon 
were Edgar L. Stevms 
Jr. and Timothy Lee 
Stevens, sons of the IxridB. 

Mrs. J. Gordon Lind> 
say, Jr., sister of the 
tH-ide, sang; Rosemary 
Francis Turner, sister oi 
the bride, played a 
clarinet solo; and Ava 
Jarvis provided organ 
music. 

A reception was held at 
the church social hall. 
After a wedding trip to 
Nags Head, N.C., the 
couple will reside in 
VHftaieBeMh. i 




on Elizabeth Ball 
was Med to Charles KeitH 
Oou0BS on May 11 at 7 
p.m^ at St. Peter's 
Epim>al Church with 
ttie |tev. AnUiony Dif- 
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the; double-ring 
cereiSionv. 

TheL bride is the 
dauber of Mr. and Mrs. 
Han^ Wayne BaU of 
Vir^ia Beach. The 
bridi|room is the son of 
Mr. Wand Mrs. A.R. 
Doumas Jf. of Virginia 
Beaq||. 

The bride was given m 
marriage by her father. 
9ie :S^ore a floor length 
gowd^ of white dotted 
swisf* with full puffed 
sleeves and empire 
waistline trimmed with 
white s4>pUque daisies. 
Her headpiece was a ring 
of daisies and baby's 
breath with full length 
^^ v*B of illusion. Her gown 
I was fashioned by her 



mother. She carried a 
nosegay of daisies, 
baby's breath and. 
stephanotis. 

Mrs. Melvih W. 
Forehand of Chesapeake 
served as matron of 



honor. Bridesmaids were 
Deborah Lee Edwards of 
Suffolk, cousin pf the 
bride; Catherine 
Elizabeth Hutchinscm of 
Virginia Beach; and Mrs. 
Raymond Gene Bobbins, 
cousin of the groom. 

The matron of honor 
wore a gown fashioned 
like the bride's in yellow. 
The In-idal attendants' 
gowns were patterned 
after the matron of 
honor's. They carried 
nosegays of yellow 
daisies. 

Tammy Figg of 
Virginia Beach was 
flower girl. She wore a 
gown which was a 
duiMicate of the bridal, 
attendants' and carried a 
basket of yellow daisies. 



David Martin of 
Columbus, Ohio, was ring 
bearer. 

A.R. Douglas Jr. was 
his son's best man. 
Ushers were William 
RaiKJo ltrfi and Robin Lee^ 



Douglas, brothers of the 
groom, and Steven 
Wayne Ball, brother of 
the bride. 

, Mrs. WiUiam R. Martin 
of Columbus, Ohio, 
served as mistress of 
ceremmiies. 

The bride is a graduate 
of Kempsville High 
School and is presently 
employed by J.C. Penney 
Co. The groom is also a 
graduate of Kempsville 
High School and is em- 
{doyed by Bay Towing 
Corp. 

A recepticm was held at 
the Mas(Hiic Lodge in 
Chesapeake. After a 
wedding trip to Disney 
World and the Bahamas, 
the couple will reside in 
Norfolk. 



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Lyndle Costenbader 
weds Robert Gradoville 



First Presbyterian 
Church of Virginia Beach 
was the setting for the 
marriage of Marian 
Lyndle Costenbader and 
Robert Thomas 
Gradoville on May 12 at 5 
p.m. with the Rev. 
William Hedrick, 
assisted by Father 
Michael Creedon, of- 
ficiating at the candelight 
ceremwiy. 

The bride is the 
daught«- of Dr. and Mrs. 
W. B. Costenbader of 
Virginia Beach. The 
Bridegroom is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Bernard Gradoville of 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

Thd; bride was given 
awayfby her father. She 
woreja gown of candle- 
light <silk organza with 
empii« bodice overlaid 
witji : re-embroidered 
Alemfon lace. The gown 
featwed a Victorian 
neckftie and long sleeves 
withij lace appliques 
tapesing to pQints at he 
hand» and a detachable 
chap4 length train with 
maU^g mantilla. She 
^u-rie^ a colMiial nosef^ay 
of T yellow roses, 
steplpnotis and baby's 
lx-ea(h. 

Mii|. Edward Hayes of 
MonSviUe, N. C. was 
matrpi of honor. Her 
gowii was of pale green 
Schiffli embroidered 
voaefjwitfa fuDgatbered 
skirt^ lantern sleeves. 
Bridesmaids were 
Elizi^^ B. Crawford (tf 
NewfYork City, Marda 
His^n of Evansville, 
id-.-f Diane Jensen of 
Bo8t#, Mrs. James E. 
FieUfof Virginia Beach 
andllary Gradkmlle of 
iFalto, Iowa, sister 

of ^1 gmxn. 

Thfe bridesmaids' 
Kowii were similar to thf 
matjn of* honor's in 
shaA^ of pale yellow. 



Jennifer Nielson of- 
Durham, N.C., and 
Marianne Jensen of 
Boston were soloists. 

J(riin J. Gradoville d 
Cedar Rapids was hia 
brother's best man. 
Ushers were Michael, 
James and Dennis 
GradoviUe^rotbers of 
the groom, and Doctoni 
William and John 
Costenbador, brothers of 
the bride. 

The bride is a 
graduate of Dickinson 
CoUege (Carlisle, Pa.) 
and Indiana University, 
Bloomington, Ind. She is 
presently employed as a 
research virologist at 
Duke University Medical 
Center. 

The groom is a 
graduate of Lores 
CoUege(Dubuque, Iowa) 
Indiana University and 
the Duke University Law 
School. 

A rece(Aion was held at 
the Cavalier Hotel. 




Concert for 
Nagy family 



The Plaza Junior High 
School Band and Or- 
chestra will present a 
spring concert in the 
school auditorium on 
Sunday, May 20, at 3 p.m. 

The concert is 
dedicated to the late 
William N. Nagy, head of 
the school's science 
department. All proceeds 
will go to the Nagy 
family. 



Donations of $1 or more 
will be accepted at the 
door. 



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The Second Annual 
Tidewater Metropolitan 
Antiques Show and Sale, 
sponsored by the 
Women's Auxiliary, 
Norfolk-Portsmouth Bar 
Association, will be held 
May ^8-20 at Scope. 

Hours of the three-day 



sale and ^ow are noon 
to 10 p.m. on Friday and 
Saturday and noon at 6 
p.m. on Sunday. Donation 
is $2. 

Dealers from New 
En^and to the far South 
will exhibit a collection of 



authentic antiques and 
collectibles. Room set- 
tings of period ftimiture 
will be augmented by 
paintings, porcelains, 
silver, jewelry, 
glasswares, rugs, quilts, 
pewter and other 
categories of coUectiMes. 



Proceeds from the 
event will be used to 
support three main 
promts of the auxiliary: 
A law scholarship, the 
predelinquent Home for 
Girls and ttie "Frioids to 
the Juvenile Poor" 
project. 



AlantOn School holds talent show Actors' Workshop 




TALENT SHOW WINNERS — Wtaners In tke raceat 

talent show at Alanton Elementary School are 
(standing, from left) Cheryl Peters, Tom West, Susie 
Vaughan, Gary Pittman, Betsy Turner and Scott 
Britton and (kneeling) Holly Henry, Nicky Kyrus and 
Lisa Rinkov. Winners not pictured are Jenny Van- 
derslice and David Mcllwain. 

Barbershop quartets to 
hold division contest 



The Society for the 
Preservation and En- 
cour agem en t of 
Babershop Quartet 
Singing in America has 
announced that bar- 
bershop quartets and 
choruses from all parts of 
Virginia, Maryland, 
Delaware and 
Washington, D.C. will be 
gathering in Norfolk for 
their annual division 
contest. 

There will be over 1,000 
singers participating in 
three sessions on May 26 
apd 27 in Norfolk. 
; Session one, quartet 
competition including 25 
cpiartets, will be held at 
Lake Taylor High School 
on Saturday, May 26, at 1 
p.m. Admission to the 
competition is $1. 



Session two, a jam- 
boree with the , Norfolk 
Commodore Chorus 
appearing with the 
Fairfax Jubilaires and 
the top eight qualifying 
quartets, will be held at 
Scope's Chrysler Hall on 
May 26 at 8 p.m. 
Reserved seats are $3. 

The third session, a 
chorus competition for 
groups from 30 to 130 
singers, will be held on 
May 27 at Lake Taylor 
High School at 1 p.m. 
Reserved seats are $2. 

The Society for the 
Preservation and En-^ 
couragement of Bar- 
bershop Quartet Singing 
in America is a non- 
profit, educational and 
charitable nationwide 
organization. 



Appreciation dinner to 
honor Scout volunteers 



The Princess Anne- 
Virginia Beach Boy Scout 
District will hold its 
annual appreciation 
dinner on Monday, May 
21, at 6:45 p.m. at 
Kempsville High School. 

The evening will in- 
clude a dinner, en- 




tertainment, fellowship 
and door prizes. 

The Award of Merit will 
be presented to a 
volunteer scouter for that 
volunteer's work with 
Scouts, the community 
and civic organizations. 
It is the highest a\(p*d 
{uresented on the district 
level. 

Vice Admiral John G. 
Finneran will be guest 
speaker at the dinner. 

Reservations and 
further information may 
be obtained from Edward 
Leon, activities chair- 
man, at 464-0667. 



Lisa Rinkov was 
awarded first prize for 
her version of "What the 
World Needs Now" at the 
recent talent show 
presented at Alanton 
Elementary School. 

The show included 
tumbling, ballet, jazz, 
piano solos, singing and 
comedy sketches. Both 
faculty and students 
participated. 

Second prize went to a 
group of fifth graders 
who performed "I Won't 
Grow Up" from Peter 
Pan; third prize to HoUy 
Henry, who sang and 
played guitar; and fourth 
prize to Nicky Kyrus, who 
performed "Climb Every 
Mountain" on the piano. 

Talent show judges 
were Mrs. Jane Lock, 
Mrs. Kay Hodge and Jo 
Boswell. The Alanton 
SCA sponsored the show 
and will donate all 
proceeds to the school 
library. 

Schott 
honored 

Mike Schott, office 
assistant at (AIMD) 
Aircraft Intermediate 
Maintenance Depart- 
ment, is the Naval Air 
Station Oceana Sailor of 
the Month for May. 

YN3 Schott, a 1969 
graduate of Hazel Green 
High School in London, 
Ky., entered the Navy in 
April 1970. He came to 
NAS Oceana Oct. 10, 1970. 

Yeoman Schott is in- 
terested in all types of 
sports. .He plays on the 
AMD foott)all and sof tball 
teams, and enjoys 
fishing. 

Schott's . future plans 
are uncertain even 
though he is satisfied with 
most of what the Navy 
has to offer. He has 11 
m(mths to decide whether 
he will be career Navy or 
not. 




now registenng 

The Little Theatre of 
Norfolk is seeking 
children and teenagers to 
join its Actors' Workshop 
this summer. 

Children in the age 
groups of 10-14 and 15-17 
are invited to join the 
workshop which will be 
taught by Barbara 
Eilberg, teacher, actress 
and director of the 
Children's Theatre of 
Norfolk. 

Two small groups will 
meet June 18 - July 10 and 
July 23 - August 24 in 
sessions designed to 
teach basic acting and 
directing. Cost for the 
group instruction is $40 
for the five-week 
semester. 

To keep the groups at 10 
or under in size, 
registration will be on a 
first-come, first-served 
basis. 

Further information 
may be obtained by 
calling 489-7150 or 393- 
9032. 

ARE sets 
lectures 

"Reincarnation and 
Destiny" will be the 
subject of a lecture to be 
^ven at the Association 
for Research and 
Enlightenment ( ARE ) , 
67th Street and Atlantic 
Avenue, on Friday, May 
18, at 8 p.m. by Werner 
Glas of Detroit. 

Glas is founder and 
head of the Waldort 
Teacher Training In- 
stitute at Mercy College. 

Also, lectures on 
"Dreams: How They 
Work for You" will be 
given on Monday, 
Tuesday and Thursday, 
May 21, 22 and 24, at 8 
p.m. by Dr. W. Lindsay 
Jacob, psychiatrist. 

A lecture on "Dreams 
and Psychic Develop- 
ment" will be given by 
Louis Boykin, clinical 
psychologist, on Friday, 
May 25, at 8 p.m. 

All lectures will be 
followed by a question 
and answer period and 
are open to the public. 



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THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH ON THE 11th DAY 
OF AAAY, W3. 

IN CHANCERY NO: 
C-73-SM 
NATIONAL MORTGAGE 
CORPORATKIN/ Com- 
plainant, "\ 

VERNON AND. ELLEN 

JUANITA ROBINSON 

9629 Lawyer Road 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

and 

WILLIE BERNARD AND 

AAINNIE LEATRICE 

ROBINSON 

109 Paint Beach Place 

Virginia Beach, Virainla 

23452, 

Defendants. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The oblect of this suit is 
for the complainant to have 
a Substitute Trustee ap- 
pointed to that certain 
Deed of Trust dated 
January 26, 19«7 securing a 
loan in the original prin- 
cipal sum of $5,550.00, 
made payable to National 
AAortgage Corporation and 
duly recorded In the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia in 
Deed Bool( 993, page 734 for 
the following property, to- 
wit: 

"All that certain h-act, 
piece or parcel of land, 
situate, located and being 
In Seaboard Magisterial 
District of Princess Anne 
county, Virginia, and nrwre 
particularly bounded and 
described as follows: 
Beginning at a point on the 
western side of Holland 
Swamp Road at a point 
197. 6's from the south line 
of the property now or 
formerly owned by Mrs. J. 
C. Sawyer as shown on a 
plat designated "Property 
of Geneva Fitchett located 
near Landtwon, Princess 
Anne Col, Va.", which said 
plat is recorded In the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit 
Court of Princess Anne 
county, Virginia, with deed 
from AAadge E. Johns and 
husband to Charlie Lee 
Robinson, dated January 
27, 1961 and from said point 
running S 4 degrees 10' E 
along the western side of 
Holland Swamp Road 197.5' 
to a point: thence turning 
and running N 70 degrees 
10' W 43.59 (to a point in or 
on the Bone River Canal; 
thence turning and running 
N 20 degrees 23' W 161.5' 
along the Bone River Canal 
to a point: thence turning 
and running in a general 
easterly direction In as 
straight line to the point of 
beginning and being 
southern part of the 
property shown on said 
plat. 

An affidaVid has been 
made and filed that Vernon 
and Ellen Juanlta 
Robinson are non-residents 
of this state, it Is ordered 
that they appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
of this order and protect 
their interests herein. 

IT IS ORDERED that the 
foregoing portion of this 
Order be published once a 
week for four successive 
weeks In the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
having a general cir- 
culation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

NATIONAL MORTGAGE 

CORPORATION 

By: Ronald J. Berg, Of 

Counsel 

A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fenhress, Clerk 

By J. Curits Fruit, D.C. 

RONALD J. BERG. p.q. 



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10th year reunion 6n June 
23 at the Cavalier Hotel 

Any beach resident 
who is a graduate of the 
'63 class or knows anyone 
who is, is asked to write 
Mrs. Jane S. Galloway, 
P. 0. Box 5661, Virginia 
Beach, Va. 23455. or call 
Mrs. Galloway at 497-4090. 

The reunion party will 
cost $20 per couple and 
will include en- 
tertainment by Black 
River Circus. 




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THIS E. Plume Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

5-17,24,31,6-741 

COAAMONWEALTH , OF 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of 
ttie Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach on 14th 
day of AAay, 1973. 
NANNIE M. TURNER, 
Complainant 
VS. 

IVA L. TURNER. 
Incompetent and 
MARGARET LOUISE 
TURNER NELSON, 
Committee Respondents. 
ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION C73-SM 

THE OJ SECT Of mis suit 
is to olitain the refor- 
matkm of a deed conveying 
a portion of the following 
described property unto 
one Robert Turner (see 
deed from Iva L. Turner to 
Robert Turner dated April 
6, 1960 and recorded in the 
Clerk's office of the Circuit 
Court in the City of Virginia 
Beach in Deed Book 628 at 
page 28)- 

ALL that certain tract or 
parcel of land with im- 
provements thereon 
situated In Seaboard 
AAagisterlal District of the 
County of Princess Anne 
(now the City of Virginia 
Beach in the State of 
Virginia, and described on 
a plat entitled "Lands of 
Mrs. Ethel Whitehurst 
Edmond, Princess Anne 
County, Virginia, surveyed 
by J.E. Old, October 1908" 
and to be recorded with this 
deed as containing 
Seventy -nine (79) acres in 
one parcel and one hundred 
.and five (105) acres in 
another parcel; said 
seventy-nine (79) acre 
tract fronts on the Salem 
Road and the said one 
hundred and five (105) acre 
tract fronts on the North 
Landing Road; both tracts 
being more fully bounded 
and described on said plat. 
Being a part of the 
property devised to the 
grantor Ethel Whitehurst 
Edmond, as Ethel 
Whitehurst, by will of 
Emeline Woodhouse, 
recorded in the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court 
of Princess Anne County, 
Virginia, in Will Book 6, 
page 32. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the respondents are not 
residents of the State of 
Virginia, their last known 
address being as follows: 

Iva L. Turner and 
AAargaret Louise Turner 
Nelson, 11072 116th Street, 
North Largo, Florida; It is 
ordered that they do ap- 
pear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect their 
interest in this suit. 



Anyone who owns a 
goat which can appear in 
the play is asked to bring 
the animal to the theatre, 
24th Street and Barberton 
Drive, on Saturday, May 
19, at 1 p.m. 



ENTER JOHN V. FEN 

TRESS, CLERK 

Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 

W. Edward Hudglns, ir. 

Attorney 

2625 Princess Anne Road 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

23456 

5-17,24,316-7 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THEXIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 9th DAY 
43F May, 1973. 
In re; Adoption of Tammy 
Leigh Bond 

^y: Stephen Nelson 
Clayton 8i Charlotte Bond 
Clayton 

Petitioners 
To: Johnny Boyd Bond 
c-o J.H. Barnes 
1306 Walnut Street 
Cary, North Carolina 27511 
IN CHANCERY 
No. C-73S07-A 
ORDER 

This day came Stephen 
Nelson Clayton and 
Charlotte Bond Clayton, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant, 
Tammy Leigh Bond, by 
Stephen Nelson Clayton 
and Charlotte Bond 
Clayton, husband and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and filed that Johnny 
Boyd Bond, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
c-o J.H. Barnes, 1306 
Walnut street, Cary, North 
Carolina. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Johnny Boyd 
Bond appear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
Order and Indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 
A copy test: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.G. 
Garland M. Layton, p.q. 
1910 Pleasure House Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

517,24,31,6-7 (4T) 

NOTICE 

VIRGINIA: 

The regular meeting of 
the council of the City of 
Virginia Beach will be held 
in the Council Chambers of 
the Administration 
Building, City Hail, 
Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
on AAonday, June 4, 1973, at 
2:00 p.m. at which time the 
following application will 
be heard : 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 

Application of Putt-A- 
Round for a USE PERMIT 
to operate a miniature golf 



course on certain property 
Ideated on the South side of 
Parliament Drive, 
beginning at a point 675 feet 
more or less East of the 
Intersection of Parliament 
Drive and Princess Anne 
Road. Said parcel contains 
9100 square feet and Is 
locate in the Arrowhe^il 
Plaxa Shopping Center. 
Plats with more detialed 
information are available 
In the Department of City 
Planning. (Arrowhead 
Plaza Shoping Center). 
KEMPSVILLE BOR- 
OUGH. 

Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk 

5-17,24-2T 

NEWS RELEASE 
PUBLIC NOTICE 

THE VIRGINIA BEACH 
DIVISION OF POLICE 
HAVE IN THEIR 

POSSESSION .75 BOYS 
AND GIRLS BICYCLES 
AND THREE SURF 
BOARDS THAT WILL BE 
SUBJECT TO AUCTION 
SALE IF NOT CLAIMED 
BEFORE MAY 24, 1973. 
PERSONS WHO CAN 
GIVE PROOF OF 
OWNERSHIP MAY 
REPORT TO POLICE 
HEADQUARTERS AT 
MUNICIPAL CENTER 
BETWEEN THE HOURS 
OF 1:00 P.M. AND 4:00 
P.M. TO MAKE SUCH 
CLAIMS, MONDAY 
THROUGH FRIDAY. 
AUCTION WILL TAKE 
PLACE THURSDAY, MAY 
24, 1973, STARTING AT 
ONE O'CLOCK IN THE 
AREA BEHIND POLICE 
HEADQUARTERS AT 
MUNICIPAL CENTER. 
ALL ARTICLES NOT 
CLAIMEDWiLLBESOLD 
AT PUBLIC AUCTION BY 
THE DEPARTMENT OF 
PUBLIC SAFETY. 

. SIGNED: 

REEVES E.JOHNSON 

COMMUNITY SERVICES 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
10th day of May, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Ruby Dahlia Snowden, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Walter Clinton Snowden, 
Jr., Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
for the said Plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon thfe 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is Not a 
Resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 35 
Mechanic Street Mid- 
dleport, New York, 14105. 



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It is ordered that tie do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
' ' hereof, and do what nriay be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy— Teste: 
john v. fentress, 
Clerk 

Linday Noel Hill, Clerk 
William E. Barco 
■ ; 12057 Holland Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

5 17,24,31674T 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

Joseph H.E. Gail Z. 
Watson, 1650, Steptions Rd, 
Va. Beach has applied for a 
certificate from the State 
Water Control Board to 
Coastvast 245 LF of 
Bulkhead Edredge 400 C 
Ads. Lot 30, Windward 

• Shore Circle, Bay Island , 
Va. Beach, Va. 

The purpose of thi%notice 
-Is to inform all who may be 
interested. The decision as 
to whether a Certificate of 
Assurance will be issued 
will be based on the 
evaluation of the effect of 
the proposed activity on 
State waters. The cer 
tificate will be issued only 
if there is reasonable 
assurance that water 
quality standards will not 
be violated, in accordance 
with Section 21(b)(1) of 
Public Law 91-224. 
Correspondence relative 
. to this notice should be 
addressed to the State 
Water Control Board, P.O. 
box 11143, Richmond, 
■ Virginia 23*30 ,and should 
reach the Board not later 

■ than 15 days after this 
publication. - • 

5171T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
nth day of May, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Robert Earl Barnes, 
. . . Plaintiff, 
' against 
Carolyn Kay Bates Barnes, 
^ Defendant, 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 

■ Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of Parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without any 
cohabitation and without 
interruption for h«o years. 

And an affidavit having 
peer\ made and filed that 
'}*'■' the defendant is not a 
' ' resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
110 West Glenn St. Sum- 
merville, South Carolina. 

■ It is ordered that She do 
-l-.-iappear here within 10 
: :!:(Ten) days after due 
-■•■-■publication hereof, and do 
""■ '■•' what may be necessary to 
'-./ ^protect her interest in this 
;.';_;_suit. 

•:-:*:jOHN V, FENTRESS, 
;■ CLERK 

• • Linda Noel Hill Deputy 
- Clerk. 

;■; felenn B. McClanan p.q. 
^•I*>ZS180 Bonney Road 
'■' ' " Virginia Beach, Virginia 
517,24,31-6-7 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERKS OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 11 DAY 
-5f may, 1973. 

in Chancery 
No. 16741-A 

In re: Adoption of Noel L. 

Parks 
>fly; Joseph J. Zeno & 
iLouiseM. Zeno, Petitioners 
;-To: Arthur Parks 

State of Maryland 

ORDER 

This day came Joseph J. 
•. Zeno and Louise M. Zeno, 

• Petitioners, and 
' represented that the object 

of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant, Noel 
L. Parks, by Joseph J. Zeno 
and Louise M. Zeno, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been made 
and filed that Arthur 
Parkl a natural parent of 
said child, is a non resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office 

- address being: State of 
Maryland. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Arthur Parks 
appear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 

: toward the proposed 

• adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 

■ protect his interest in this 
matter. 

A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J Curtis Fruit DC. 

Stanley A. Phillips p.q. 
P O. BOX 4037 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
517,24,3U7 



Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 1st 
day of May, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Carroll MItius Wishart, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Jerry Royal Wishart, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
Vinculo Matrimonni from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of living 
separately and apart for 
more than two (2) years. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
2322'/3 15th Ave. North, St. 
Petersburg, Florida. 

It is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may tie 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLtRK 
Linda Noel Hill O.CIerk. 
Gay Milius, Jr. p.q. 
524 Independence Blvd. 
Va. Beach, Virginia 

5-10,17,24,31 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 1st DAY 
OF MAY, 1973. 

IN CHANCERY 
No. 16i6S-B 
In re: Adoption of Sally 
Ann Needham, Donna Lee 
Needham, Rose Ellen 
Needham and Angela 
Colleen Needham 
By: Robert D. Ruffin, Jr. 
and Annabell Lee Ruffin, 
Petitioners 

TO; Kenneth Huey 
Needham 
20th Bay Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 
ORDER 
This day came Robert D. 
Ruffin, Jr. and Annabell 
Lee Ruffin, Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
object of this proceeding is 
to effect the adoption of the 
above named infants, Sally 
Ann- Needham, Donna Le« 
Needham, Rose Ellen 
Needham and Angela 
Colleen Needham. by 
Robert D. Ruffin, Jr. and 
Annabell Lee Ruffin, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been made 
and filed that due diligence 
has been used by or in 
behalf of the Petitioners to 
ascertain in which county 
or city Kenneth Huey 
Needham, the natural 
father of said children is, 
without effect, the last 
known post office address 
being: 20th Bay Street, 
Norfolk, Virginia. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Kenneth Huey 
Needham appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do v/hat Is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 
A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit D.C. 
Donald C. Grey p.q. 
2474 East Little Creek Road 
Norfolk, Virginia 

5-10,17,24,31 4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 
I n the Cerk's OHice of the 



VIRGINIA; IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
-THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 1st DAY 
OF MAY, 1973. 

IN CHANCERY 
No. C-73-5J2-A 
In re; Adoption of Lori 
Rose Walsh, Michele Marie 
Walsh and John' Joseph 
Walsh, II 

By: Joe Hayvwwd Barnes 
and Helen Rose Barnes 
Petitioners 

To; John Joseph Walsh, Jr. 
2017 43rd Avenue 
Gulfport, Mississippi 39501 
ORDER 
This day came Joe 
Haywood Barnes and 
Helen Rose Barnes, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infants, Lori 
Rose Walsh, Michele 
Mariewalsh and John 
Joseph Barnes, II by Joe 
Haywood Barnes and 
Helen Rose Barnes, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been made 
an* filed that John Joseph 
Walsh, Jr., a natural 
parent of said children, is a 
non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being; 
2017 43rd Avenue, Golfport, 
Mississippi 39501 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said John Joseph 
Barnes, Jr. appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and uidicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
Interest in this matter. 
A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By; J. Curtis Fruit D.C. 



Wolcott, Spencer, Rivers 

PP 

and McNeal, Aftys. 
Piaza One 
Norfolk, Virginia 

5 10,17,24,31 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH on the 2«th day of 
April, 1973 

IN CHANCERY 
NO. 17199-B 
IN THE MATTER OF: 
The Adoption of Michael 
Jerome Thacher and Bette 
Kathryn Thacher, whose 
names shall be changed to 
Michael Jerome Rydell 
and BeHe Kathryn Rydell 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
This day came the 
Petitioners and 
represented unto the Court 
that the object of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named infants by Rudolph 
Sidney Rydell and Betty 
Joe Rydell. husband and 
wife, and to change the 
names of the said infants to 
Michael Jerome Rydell 
and Bette Kathryn Rydell. 
And an Affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the Petitioners state that 
the natural father of the 
said children is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, and that his last 
known post office address 
is Post Office Box 87, 
Belvidere, Tennessee. 

It " is, therefore, OR 
DER ED that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication of this 
Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this proposed 
adoption. 

It is further ORDERED 
that the foregoing portion 
of this Order of Publication 
be published once a week 
for four successive weeks 
in the Virginia Beach Sun, 
a newspaper having 
general circulation in the 
City of Virginia Beach. 
Virginia. 

A Copy Teste: JOhn V 
. Fentwss, Clerk 

By J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
John B. Preston 
PRESTON, PRESTON, 
WILSON & LAMBERT 
992 First Colonial Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23454 

Attorney for Petitioners 
5 10,17,24,31 4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA; 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
3rd day of May, 1973. 
ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
Rollie Lee Phillips, 
• Plaintiff, 
against 

Christine Virginia Phillips, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo' matr,imonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit naving 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being; 
1620 Alcatraz, Berkley, 
California 

It is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By. J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 

Glenn B. McClanan p.q. 
5-10,17,24,31 4T 

COAMrtONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

In the Clerk's OHice of 
the Circuit Court of,the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
4th day of May, 1973. 
ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
Sadie Louise Lundy Paige, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

James Arthur Paige, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit if 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without any 
cohabitation and without 
interruption for Wn years. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
906 Poilet Street, Harvey, 
Louisiana 

It is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten ( 10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
neccessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS. CLERK 
By; Sandra Hargrove, D. 
Clerk 

Tidewater Legal Aid 
700 Duke Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 

5 10,17.24,31 4T 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 1st DAY 
OF MAY, 1973. 

IN CHANCERY 
No. 164SS-B 
In re: Adoption of Thomas 
Stevenson Kuykendall and 
Charles Irvin Kuykendall 
By: Bobby Winston Peoples 
& Marie H. Peoples 
Petitioners 

To; Irvin Kuykendall, Sr. 
Greenwood, Mississippi 
ORDER 
This day came Bobby 
Winston Peoples and AAarle 
H. Peoples, Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
object of this proceeding is 
to effect the adoption of the 
above named infant (s), 
Thomas Stevenson 
Kuykendall and Charles 
Irvin Kuykendall, by 
Bobby Winston Peoples 
and Marie H. Peoples, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been made 
and filed that Irvin 
Kuykendall, Sr., a natural 
parent of said children, is a 
non resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being; 
Greenwood, Mississippi 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Irvin 
Kuykendall, Sr. appear 
t>efore this Court within ten 
(10) days after publication 
of this Order and indicate 
his attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 
A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Michael E. Bowerman p.q. 
1563-A Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
S 10,17,24,31 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 1st DAY 
OF MAY. 1973. 

IN CHANCERY 
No. C-73-44$-B 
In re; Adoption of Emma 
Maitland Gibbon 
By; Shane Hamilton 
Hudson Farreliy Gibbpn 
Kobler and Robert Henry 
Kobler Petitioners 
To: Joh, Maltlan'i Giboon 
Number 1 Evington Road 
Leicester 
United Kingdom 
ORDER 

This day came Shane 
Hamilton Hudson Farrally 
Gibbon Kobler and Robert 
Henry Kobler. Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
object of this proceeding is 
to effect the adoption of the 
above named infant. 
Emma Maitland Gibbon, 
by Shane Hamilton Hudson 
Farrally Gibbon Kobler 
and Robert Henry Kobler. 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been made 
and filed that John 
Maitland Gibbon, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address t>eing: 
Number 1 Evington Road. 
Leicester, United 
Kingdom. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said John Maitland 
Gibbon appear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 
A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress. Clerjt 
By J. Curtis Fruit D.C. 
Fine, Fine, Legum & Fine 
p.q. 

720 Law Building 
Norfolk, Virginia, USA 

5-10,17,24,31 4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
1st day of May, 1973. 
ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
Margaret Nichols, 
PlaintiH, 
against 

Ronnie Lee Webster, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed ttiat 
due diligence twving been 
used by or on betwlf of 
Complainant to ascertaift 
in which county or cor 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect the last 
known address being 639 
Baker Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

It is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and Oo wtiat may be 
necessary to, protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: John V. 
Fentress. Clerk 
Linda Noel Hill D.CIerk 
James E. Rinehart 
392 Battlefield Blvd. 
Chesapeake, Virginia 

5-10,17,24,31 4T 



Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
7th day of May 1973. 
ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
Charlotte Sue Ghee, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

John Duncan Ghee, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, open ttta 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is npt a 
resident of. the State of 
Virginia the last know post 
office address being 1646 
Kanalui Ave., Honolulu, 
Hawaii. 

1 1 is ordered he do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days 
after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS,— 
CLERK 

Linda Noel Hill, O.Cierk 
Robert Bennett 
SOO Beach Tower Building 
</a. Beach, Va. 

5-10,17,24,31-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
27th day of April, 1973. 



Wabttar, Ttxa>. 

ltiiordaradthattt»t«ald 
Irving Guy Willlafm to 
appaar within 10 days after 
due publication of this 
order and do what is 
nacMsary lo protect his 
InttrMts. 

It is further ordtrad that 
the foregoing portion of this 
ordtr be publiihad once a 
week for 4 successive 
weeks in one Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
published in the City of 
Virginia Beach, irglnla. 

John V, Fenhress, Clerk 

CATON t, WRIGHT 
Attorneys at Law 
Virginia Beach, va. 

5 3,10,17,24.4T 



Commonwealth oi 
Virginia, "~ 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
24th day of April, 1973. 

ORDEROF 
__ PUBLICATION 



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ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

Michael Edward Clark, 

PlaintiH, 

against 

Deborah J. Clark, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plalntlH to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
thorotobe later merged into 
a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an aHidavIt having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State qf 
Virginia, and that due 
diligence has been used by 
or in behalf of the plaintlH 
to ascertain in which 
county or corporation the 
defendant is, without ef- 
fect, her last known post 
office address being: 1801 
Mediterranean Avenue. 
Apt. 6, Virginia Be^h, 
Virginia. 

It is ordered that she do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
da^ after due-publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK. 

Phyllis N. Styron Deputy 

Clerk 

Mr. Osie H. Gay, Jr., Atty. 
2871 River Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
5-3,10,17,24 4T 

VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE DAY OF APRIL, 
1973 

IN CHANCERY 
NO. 16, 547A 

in the matter of the 
Adoption of EDWARD 
O'NEAL WILLIAMS, 
formerly known as IR- 
VING TED RICK 
WILLIAMS, a 7 year old 
minor male child, and for a 
Change of Nanne of such 
child to EDWARD O'NEAL 
YODER, by AAAANOA V. 
YODER an<tt*ICHAEL A. 
YODER, wife and 
husband. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the adoption of Edward 
O'Neal Williams, a 7 year 
old minor male chiW, and 
for the change of name of 
such minor male child to 
Edward O'eal Yoder by 
Amanda V. Yoder and 
Michael A. Yoder, wife and 
husband, and an aHldavil 
having been made and fWed^ 
by tt»e petitioners, Amanda 
V. Yoder and Michael A. 
Yoder, that a vaiW consent 
to the adoption and change 
of name of such child is 
unobtainable from Irving 
Guy Williams, the natural 
father of said minor child 
and ttiat diligence has been 
used by and on behaH of ttte 
petitioners to ascertain in 
what Cooitty or City the 
said natural father is, 
wittKxit eHect, and that 
they believe that ttie said 
father is not a resident of 
the state of Virginia, and 
they pray that an order of 
publication ntay be antarad 
against ttte natural fattwr, 
his last kno*vn post oHIce 
address being in care of his 
mother, Mrs. Leila 0. 
Williams, 616 Wtstover 
Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia, 
and General Delivery, 



Andrea Lynn Green, 

PlaintiH, 

against 

Roy Lee Green, Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo from the said defen- 
dant upon the grounds of 
desertion, 

And an aHidavIt having 
been made and filed that 
due diTlgencet«a»baan used 
by or inbehalf of the 
complainant to ascertain in 
which county or cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without eHect, the last 
known post office address 
being: 1300 West Vlittle 
Neck Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

it is ordered that he do 
appaar here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

John V. FentreM, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 

Babatas, Eriich & CkHid 
Atlantic National Bank 
Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

5-3,10,17,24-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

in the Clerk's OHIce of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
27th day of April, 1973. 



Commonwealth 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's OHice of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
27th day of April, 1973. 



ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 



ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

Gary W. Pedigo, PlaintiH, 
against 

AAarcia Pedigo, Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 

to obtain a divorce a mensa 

et thoro from the said 

defendant upon the 
grounds of cruelty and 
desertion. 

And an aHldavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last knovim 
post oHIce address being: 
BOX 171, Crossvllle, Ten 
nessee 

it is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publlcatuon 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 

Clerk. 

Vincent A. Bertolini ', 

214 Midtown Building 

Norfolk, Virginia 

5 3,10,17,J4-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, ^ 

in the Clerk's OHice of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on ttw 
24th day of April, 1973. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Stephen L. Penrod, 

PlaintiH, 

against 

Martha Ann Bynum 

Penrod, Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vm 
culo matrinrjonii from the 
said defendant upon tha 
grounds of desertion. 

And an aHidavit having 
been made and filed Itwt 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post oHice address being: 
1796 Mynra Lane, Mem- 
phis, Tennessee 38117. 

If is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (W) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
ln»ra»t in thU suit. 

jofw V. Fenhress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 

Clark 

«Moore & Brydgas 
2413 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
5-3,10,17,24-4T 



VIckl D. Strasburg, 

PlalntlH, 

against 

Douglas K. Strasburg, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plalntlH to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an aHldavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, that due diligence 
has been used by or in 
behalf of the plaintiH to 
aKertain in vrfiich county 
or corporation and the 
defendant is, without ef- 
fect, his last known post 
oHice address having been 
2405 Saddler Court, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

It is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof , and do what may be 
necessary to protect hrts 
interest in this suit. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK. 

Phyllis N. Styron Deputy 

Clerk. 

Mr. Osie H. Gay, Jr!, Atty. 
2871 River Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
5 3,10,17.24. 4T 

VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE CIR 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH ON THE 27th DAY 
OF APRIL, 197J ~-^ 

MARY A. UZZLS and 
JAMES W. ASKEW, 
PlaintlHs, 

V. 

ESTHER ASKEW, ANNIE 
A . S P A R R P W , 
LAWRENCE ASKEW, 
EUGENE ASKEW, 
CATHERINE A. 
WILLIAMS, HARRIET 
ASKEW, 
Defendants 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of the above 
styled suit is to partition 
real property located in the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and commonly 
known and numbered as 
106 South Birdneck Road. 
Virginia Beach,- Virginia. 

It appearing by Affidavit 
filed according to law that 
Eugene Askew, Catherine 
A. Williams, and Harriet 
Askew are non residents to 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia, it is ordered that 
the said Eugene Askew, 
Catherine A. Williams, and 
Harriet Askew do appear 
within twenty one (21) 
days after due publication 
of this Order in the Clerk's 
Office in the said Court and 
do what is necessary to 
protect their respective 
interest. 

And it is further ordered 
that this Order be 
published once a week for 
four consequtive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
• By: J. Curtis Fruit D.C. 
5-3,10,27.24 4T 



Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
20th day of April. 1973. 
ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
May Alice Dines Russell, 
PlaintiH, 
against, 

JamesRichard Russell. 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo AAatrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of the parties 
having lived separate and 
apart without any 
cohabitation and without 
any interruption for two 
years. 

And an aHidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being. 
P.O. Box 1000. Building 7, 
Seogoville. Texas 

It is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
700 Duke Street 
Norfolk. Virginia 
A copy— Teste: 
John V Fentress: Clerk 
By Sandra Hargrve D. 
Clerk 

4 26 5 3, 10,17-4T 



VIRGINIA; IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH ON THE 18TH 
DAY OF APRIL, 1973 
IN RE: ADOPTION OF 
TERRI RAE DEINES, 
under the age of fourteen 
years. 

C-73-386A. 
ORDER 
THIS DAY CAME John 
C. Miller and Mabel Ellen 
Zimmerman Miller, 
Petitioners, and 
represented unto the Court 
that the obiect of this 
proceeding is to effect the 
adoption of the above 
named Infant by John C. 
Miller and Mabel Ellen 
Zimmerman Miller, 
husband and wife, and 
Affidavit having been 
made and filed that the last 
known address of John I. 
Deines. the natural father 
of the said child. Was U.S. 
Naval Schools Command, 
vailejo, California; it is 
therefore 

ORDERED that the 
natural father appear 
before th|s Court within 10 
days after publlcalon of 
this Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
Interest in this proposed 
adoption, if is further 

ORDERED that the 
foregoing portion of this 
Order of Publication be 
published once a week for 
lour successive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun. a 
newspaper having general 
circulation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
CLERK 



By;Phytll»N Styons.D.C. 
S Beryl Adier. Esq 
Attorney for Petitioners 
706 Pleia One, 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

4 26-5 3,10.17 4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia. 

In the Clerk's Office 

of the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, on 

the 18th day ot April, 1V73. 

ORDEROF 

PUBLICATION 

Menser Cook Brown. 
PlaintiH, 
against 

Rebecca L Brown. 
Defendant. 
Theobiectofthissuitisto 

Obtain a divorce a Monsa 
Et Tt»oro, from the said 
iefendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

Ana an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not « 
resident of the Sate of 
Virpinia. the lar,t knowm 
Post office address being 
4223 East Capital StraW 
Washington. D C. ''VT* ' 

It is ordered i>nat she do 

appear here wlttiia 19 ('Phi . 

days after due putdication 

hereof, and do what mav be 

necessary to protect her 

interest in this suit 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V FEJKJTRFSS. 

CLERK 

By Linda Noel HTti Oeputr ." 

Clerk. 

Janet B Burt 

1349 Laskin Road 

V 1. Beoch. Virn'nia 

4 26,5 3,10.17.4T 



Com monwea i th of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerks Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beacti, on 'he 



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of David ... to help us combat a Goliath! Age no 



factor, but ability to overcome objections a must. 
Position offers challenge and room for growth. 
Salary plus commission and paid insurance program. 
The man we hire, must be a self-starter, who can 

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Call Mr. T. Jay Brumbley, Or Mrs. Oldaker 
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Wtll h-ain, good pay, own 
tranaportatlon. 4M-S919. 



SEMI-DRIVERS 
NEEDED — No aspariance 
nacasaary. Will train. Earn 
•300. to 1400. par weak. For 
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«130, or writa to Aiioclatad 
Syatama, 1040 East 
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dianapolis, Indiana, 4«303. 



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yard. 499-0930. 

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CHURCH CHOIR 
DIRECTOR - 
Experienced In all phases. 
5(«-0106 after 5. 

CLEANING — by the day. 
fXHtmib, Odd jobs, etc. 464- 
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women's page; 3 yrs 
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orders, filing, dictaphone 
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after S p.m. 

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occasions. Anna Ball. 4l«- 

1^»4. 



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PUPPETS - Are now 
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etc. Children ahd Adult 
entertainment. 497-4Ut, 
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Cuarantaad to stop 
smoking. Call 4H 7350 
nighl or day. , 

HELLO 
ff yoB eaa plqr a MMulcai 
li>iaBi eBt.<a|: haw s 
aaaa oeiaaMflfnapf 



CHAIN SAW OPERATOR 
— E xperienc ed. Call 420- 



SALES TRAINEES 
RteardMt oi your piit work I 
Mckoround. wt m«v M nbl* to I 
tram you lor Mcol lull timo uIm | 
UW.«0 Monllily to ttort. Call j 

mvo. 



SALESPEOPLE 

l^ull or part time, no wporlence 
nacataary. Hlgt) commluiont. For • 
canfWantlal mtarvlaw. contact Mr. 
siricwane, mma. 



■ookii«A|mqr.39MI39. 

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SMlo 



lUiAKVA 



less&s^/'*^ 



BOC»(E0^INO 
AND TAX 
SERVICE 
'HONE587-1822I 




MEN -WOMEN -COUPLES 
lMSiaftadin2ndor3ni 
liobaN pirt-lfmc fram 
youtowillionH? Earning 
ftamS100loSI,000pei 
MMtk. Fotappoinhnent 

«* 497-8575 



PART TIME: 

hMata/mrfaitt Off Va-laack, 
Ma $1.7S law lai bsaai 

MMi.pinfeM 486-7026 



WANTED 
BOOKKEEPER 




1> -K»t WANTED 

CHILD CARE — My home, 
raaaonabia, •55-0935. 

BABYSITTING - Will 
OaBysIt In my home, weak- 
days 1:30 p.m. to 11:30 
p.m.. w a ak a nds •:0e a.m. 
ta midnlBht. BIrchwoed 
OaraaM, va. Baach. 340- 



BABYSITTINO — In my 
hama Man. ihru FrI. 110 
woak. •SftWl 

BABYSITTING - My 
hama, w«iy ««»■ ■ ^'''■ 
^wcad yard. H7-54>1. 

BAiVSITTINO - My 
hoflw 5 days a weak; 
Owtava Shores area, 
I, 407-7M>. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — 
Close to Ocean, 3 
bedrooms, dan. private 
parking, yard, laundry 
facilities. dtlMran and pels 
ok. Only sao. No. 90-19. 
ail 4a9-1910. 
Honteflnders SlOFee 



, ' 31— OPPICB...; 
DE^K. SPACE 



PRIME OFFICE SPACE 
New space available In 
modern. SUN building at 
138 S. Rosemont Rd. next 
to Expressway. Large and 
small unit for several 
office use, ready for you. 
Call 486 3430. 



14 A MOVING AND 
STORAGE 

HAROLDS TftANSPER 

611-4793 or 497-S088 

Mastercharge 




receptionist, clerk, or sfock" 
work. 430-2368. 

FASHION PATTERN 
MAKER, designer. Per- 
manent freelance at home, 
CFI graduate, 
Experienced. 855 3456. 

HOUSEKEEPER — To dO 
3 or 4 days a week. One 
place. 545-5775. 



31-HOUSE POR SALE 

ARAGONA VILLAGE — 
Nice 3 bedrooms, family 
room ranch with fenced 
back yard. Call Ann 
Clousa, 340-»67, We trade. 
HIgging Realty, Inc., 486- 
4041. 

ELIZABETH RIVER 
TERRACE - 3 bedrooms, 
1 baths, air conditlonad 
brick ranch, family room 
with fireplace. S31 JOG. 410- 



PARAKEETS FOR SALE 
— Fancy strain. Healthy 
babias-efher types. 497-5iai 
or 497-9491. 



PERSIAN CHINCHILLA 
— Silver, 11 months, 
registered, S45 or best 
offer. Stud Sarvica ALSO 
497-6100. 



PEKINGEESE — Males, 
female, t wks. AKC 
registered, (SO. 4n-4l60. 

PEKINQESE - Show ft 
breeding stock. AKC 
registered, 4 months old 
and up. 4^5-37S4. 

POODLES — Minature 
black mala, good with 
children, ISO. Toy poodle, 
male. AKC ragistered, S60. 
41S-33B9. 

Poodle— AKC registered, 1 
year, male, apricot, S12S; 
has pedigree. •53-3764. 

POODLE PUPS - AKC 
registered. • weeks, 
wMrmad, Jrimmod, paper 
trained Black mates, SAS. 
. 4»-6M>. * 

POODLES — Toy, AKC 
registered, Silver, male 
and female. • weeks. S65. 
sa^mx. 

SIAMESE KITTENS - 
Purebred, very beautiful, 
•15. 497-2570 after 5 p.m. 

SI-LIVlSTOCIi '"" 

GOAT-mala. neutered. Vi 
yaw^ eld, fall 417-3373. 




20— DAY NUBSIRY 

HAPPY DAYS KIN 
DERGARTEN And 

Day Care Center. State 
Licensed for 2, 3. 4, and S 
year olds. Open 7 a.m. 6 
p.m. year aroiind.' Calf 
428 6565 to enroll. Located 
at 412 Fremac Drive (off 
Laskin Road between 
Hilltop and oceanfront). 




ItsCHOOU ft IMJTJlii^lbtJf 

VOICE LESSONS — 
Beginners, advanced. 
James Morrlsson, 428- 
0587. 



GRIMES MUSK SCHOOL 

GUITAR CLASSES 
In Pembroke Area 

Students Jsuglit In Small 
Groups Acconling to Ages 

499-1428 



Landlords — Realtors 
PROPERTY OWNERS 

Wa wlH mi your vocunciat qukUy 
with no chorga or obllgatlora to you 

HOMEFINOERS 

4e9-2»20 423-7718 



25-<irT&. MMRHMSHED 

ARROWHEAD — 
Townhouses, end unit. 4 
l>edrooms, 7Vi baths. 489- 
1378. 

NORFOLK — Ghent, 1 
bedroom' all utilities paid, 
all appliances, private 
parking, only, $90. No. 92- 
25. Call 489-2920. 
Homef Inder $20 Fee. 



26- AFTS.. FURNISHED 

EFFICIENCY-ln private 
home, central location, 
business lady preferred. 
428-5942. 

NORFOLK — Close to 
ODU, 1 bedroom, all 
utilities paid, all apliances, 
carpet and draperies, 
private parking yard. Only 
$140. No. 93-7. Call 4«9-2930. 
Homeflnder $30 Fee. 

Share -^ Single girl to 
share with same, 3 
bedroom apt., Va. Beach, 
340-1129 or 340-5191. 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Near 

Oceana, 1 bedrooms, 

private parking, yard, 

laundry facilities. Only 

(150. No. 9336. Call 489- 

1930. 

Homeflnder s «10. Fee 

2t— HOUStt . MMPWHUHh" 

•ARAGONA VILLAGE - 

Nice 3 bedrooms, stove, 

laundry facilities, fenced 

yard. Children and pets ok. 

Only «105. No. 94-19. Call 

4a9-1930. 

HomeNndars «». Fee 

GREEN RUN - 

Townhouse; appiicances, 
air condition ed. 497-0400. 

VIRGINIA 'BEACH — 
Attention couples, 3 
bedroom, stove, private 
parking, laundry facilities, 
yard, dfll«^n ok. Only 
•ISO. NO. 90-40. Call m- 

3930. 

HomeflnMrs •30. Fee 



HILLTOP AREA — 944 
Ballllo Dr. Lovely 3 
bedroom, 3 bath brick 
ranch on large lot. nights 
i»43U; day 425-1^30- 

GpING, GOING, GONE! 
— Sell your home fast with 
B Sun Classified Ad! Call 
486 3433. 

OCEANA — 2 bedroom 
cape cod, 14,400 sq. ft. kit. 
2121 Wolf St. $18,600, 543- 
3583 Gatewood Park. ' 

LARK DOWNS — 3 
bedrooms ranch, many 
extras, iVj yrs. old 
$32,500. No agents. 497-2351- 

POINT ELIZABETH 
Lovely brick ranch on 1 
acre waterfront lot. Dining 
room. Living room, extra 
large kitchen, 3 extra large 
bedrooms, family room 
with fireplace. 7Vj beths, 
large utility room, 2 cer 
garage equipped for boat 
storage. Storm doors and 
windows, electric air filter 
and humidifier. Only 
$55,000. fdr quick sale. Call 
Grace or Joe Robinson, 464- 
4839, We trade. HIgglns 
Realty, Inc., 486-4041. 

POINTOVIEW — In 
Kempsville. Two story 
colonial. 5 bedroom, 
master bedrooms suite 
with dressing room is on 
first floor. Cherry paneled 
den with cozy brick 
fireplace, formal living 
room, formal dining room, 
two and a half baths, large 
kitchen, laundry room, 
double garage, lots of attic 
storage space. Hardwood 
floors; No maintenance 
brick (first floor) and 
colonial aluminum siding 
(second floor) exterior. 
Storm windows. Oversize 
corner lot with fenced back 
yard. Brick patio. Central 
air conditioning. A 
beautiful home in one of 
area's most desirable 
neighborhood. $55,000. Call 
497-6973 after 6 p.m. for 
appointment with owner. 

Princess Anne Plaza: 
Large family ? 5 bedroom 
colonial home, V/i baths, 
large den, garage, comer 
lot, fenced backyard. Call 
Jim Hill, 340-5244. (we 
trade). Higglns Realty, 
Inc., 486-4041. 

WINDSOR WOODS — Air 
conditioned! 3 bedroom- 2 
bath ranch, large family 
room, difiing room, fenced 
yard. Call Ellie Talanian, 
340-1690. We trade. HIgglns 
Realty, Inc. 486-4041. 

a ouT'orTowwr^'™ 

SPACES for Mobile 
Homes. Large, wooded 
Hots. Approx. IS mi. from 
va. Line, 15 ml. from E. 
City, N.C. and 25 ml. from 
Nags Head. $25 & SM per 
month. Call (919) 453 3232 
after 6. 

40-BUaNESS PROreRTY 



PONY — Ideal for child 
age »-ni all shots; will sell 
for. tISO; also saddle and 
accessories. 4M-60a6. 

BARRELL RACING 
r>ONY — 12.3 hands, 4 year 
old mare, white, also 
lumps 3 feet. $200. 547-4105 
after 4. 

S5-GARAGE SALE 

GARAGE SALE — 
Extraordinary. Many 
^rled Items, bargains 
galore. 10-5, AAay 17-20. 4000 
Hoily ltd., Va. Beach. 




« 



. SALE OR nUDE 
Vderirfe CanneicU Sils 
la Baqr, Miy Area, last 
AwstHf D w sl opw i w t. 
C^ Ray MaaaiaB, 425- 
OMS, 497-2541 

EVERGREEN REALTy 




5ft-Pfn ft WfW.111 

FISH 1 pair Tinfoil 
Barbs; 4 6 Inches; $15. or 
$8 separate. Also, \ pair 
Jack Dempsey; 5 Inches; 
10. or $6. separate. 499 
3971. 

GREAT DANE PUPPIES 
— Male, fawn, AKC 
registered, ears cropped; 
tm. or bMt offer; terms,- 
423-5106 

MINIATURE POODLES - 
And Whii* Cocfcapoes, all 

trimad and clean. BaautlM 
Budgiaa. ScMtMa Pat Shop, 



WIN IN THE FUN! 

FREE 

MXmORGM 

cmssES 

Ewey Taiidy Esaaiaft 7:30 



STUDIOS 
4993766 

MtJaoayAm 

Va.BaadiO<a«aEX) 




<7.-NO(tSIN0iB aOOOS 



AIR CONDITIONERS — 
14,000 BTU's. used 3 
montha 0175. 5,000 BTU's 
Emerson, 1 months oM, 
MO. 497-S470 or 497-4309. 

BEOS — Quean size bed. 
haa d b o a nf. frante tlOO. - 
bunk beds, maple, tOO. 340- 
1123 after 4 p.m. 

CHINA — Stratfordshlre, 
service Iqr •, white 
background with a light 
blue delicate pattern. •30. 
340-9022 evenings. 

DISHWASHER — Lady 
Kanmore, with chopping 
block. Good cendltton. SIOO. 
4«4-27a3. 



DISHWASHER — PortaW* 
Kenmore, Avocado, 6 
months old. 427-274S. 

DOUBLE BED, 3 PIECE 
— Bookcase heedboard, 
mattress, box springs, 
sterllzed, •160 or best offer. 
425-1355. 

ELECTROLUX VACUUM 
CLEANERS - Fully 
recondltiened, Lxwk and 
operate ilka new. One year 
guarantee. For horn* 
Demonstration call 497- 
6370. 

ELECTROLUX — Vacuum 
cleaner, all attachments 
and Power nozzle. Newest 
model out, automatic extra 
Clean •m. 497-3304. 

GAS RANGE - Apartment 
size, very good condition. 
•35. 543-6010. 

LIVING ROOM SUITE — 
Sofa bed, ntatching chair. 3 
end tables, coffee table, 
•75. 435-7177. 



MOVING-MUST SELL: 
house full of furniture; like 
new; call t5 S833M6 «r 
aner 5, 464-0460. 



^uUMfM.'nMjar Mxt.~MnmmM 



<0 MWCILUMiOtlS 

SO gallons waxless floor 
finish and 50 gallons 
commercial stripper. 
Must move immediately 
at SI per gallon, which Is 
fraction of cost. Contact 
Jay Brumblay at 466 3430. 

AVON BOTTLES Very 
old, also some antiques. 
Dial 499 3885. 

BOUNCING WALKER — 
Excellent condition, $10. 
583-1663. 

DOLLS — Hand made. 
Raggedy Ann, 35" tail. 437- 
3970. 

FLUORESCENT FIXT- 
URES — 4' complete, used, 
fair to good c»ndltkm, $1.50 
to S3. 587-0726. 

HEDSTROM STROLLER 
- Good condition, t\6. 503- 
1663. 

Four Pachlnko Games, In 
wooden frame, wonderful 
for a game room, tlOO. 340- 
9033 evenings. 

POOL FILTERS — $5.00 
each; Call 340 9609. 



«l— VfUBIMC APPABB. 

LADIES APPAREL — 
Spring topper; contall 
dress emi formal size 10 
340-9606. 



62— BUILOINO SUPPLIES 

HOME Builders ^ Con 
tractors ■ Let us help you 
with that new home 
additions, or repairs. We 
can furnish materials 
from basement to attic 
and aid you fn financing. 
Phone KELLAM K 
EATON 427 3200. 

«S— MWtCAI. INfrBUMPw" 

SNARE DRUM Red 

sparkle, needs heads, 
otherwise in excellent 
shape. Good for a beginner. 
$10. Dial 437 1787. 



w^^^^^^rWpM ^aW^^^^^^^^_l_ 



DICTATING MACHiHiS 

eae set of h*o. 'Diet A 

phone". Excellent con 

dltkm. 464 9395, 428 9179. 

interested In telephone 
enswerhig equipment for 
oHIce pr car Call 497 

6411. 



"airstream -mt^ 
dogWe, singleowjjar.tow 
mileage, ejrtras.SWSO. Call 

5»7-B(». 

CAMPER-mi BUS, 
converted mrtor home.swf 
contained, t«ood pan^. 
carpeted, sleeps 6 adults, 
never used, must •••» 
appreciat e, call tSUOn. 

FROLIC - 196«, 16'. gM 
stove. Ice box, *>*V^ 
selfcontained. 3-way lights, 
new tir es. 4«fr067«. 

LAYTON-13 H.. Woai for 
sportsman or small family. 
Extras. Caii^437-33r3. 




BUICK - 1971 Estate 
wagon, 3 seats, air con- 
dltlenod, h»il P«*«r. al- 
»> ^e, t33M. 5t7-90yi. 

CAMARO - IW rahuilt 
motor, complala general 
Kanamics, CAM Trw 
ptotoM, Trw valves, Iward 
SOovar, 119 miles per hour. 
•1,300 or trade for 
Volkswagen Dune .Buggy 
«»4625. ' 

CHEVROLET - »6«. 2 
door sedan. 6 cylinder. 
good pakrt. and body, new 
shocks. 3 now tires. 430- 
3643^^ 

DART — Swinger. 1969 3 
(h^ vinyl hardtop, A-l 
shape, n». 5«7-9Wi. 



2 bedioom, comv 

ftinil*ed,taclodta|wsAef 

amldiyer,cafpeted. Buy 
iMf home now for onhr 
SSOadown. C^Rsy 
CWsom 853-7457. D«el- 



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kea<ri*i 



ataiiaikwnM 
lakaa^oapai 



Circle's 65x13 Special, 
tms. terms SIOO down 
cash or trade. Early 
American 3 bedrooms. 
Save at Circle Trailer 
Sa les, open 9 to 9. 

Circle's DouWe Wide 3 Day 
Sale. t9395. Save at Circle 
Trailer Sales, open 9 to 9 at 
Circle. 

LASALLE— 70x11, Only 
$5995 unfurnished. Save at 
Circle Trailer Sales, open 9 
to 9, dial 153-1952. 



tOeiaNG«)Rtaw cort— 
vscatkm home, second 
home, week-end reticat or 
lentil unit, etc We have 
20 used mobile homci. CaU 
Leonaid at 853-7457. 
Dealer Uc 079& 



RANGE - Yellow GE, 
built-in, fair condition, $35. 
435-6639. 

REFRIGERATOR 14 cu. 
ft. Hotpoint; self 

defrosting; like new 
condition. SIOO. Call Jay 
Brumbley 486 3430 or 497 
6973. 

SOFA — 2 piece sectional, 
new slipcover, bought $675. 
sell $100. or best offer. 420- 
7990. 

TABLF Drop leaf dining 
room. Dunran Phyfe. 428 
9179 

WASHER— AND DRY 
ER— SIOO for both, cash 
and carry. 420-1788 after 5 
p.m. 



REPOSSESSION-36 left, 
"No Cash Down," cash or 
terms, we frade. Save at 
Circle Trailer Sales, 881 N. 
Military Hgwy. across 
from Military Circle 
Shopping Center, open 9 to 
9. 

STYLE MAR— Save today, 
$5495, unfurnished, only 
$100 cash down; terms or 
trade. Seve at Circle 
Trailer Seles, dial 853-2952, 
open 9 to 9. 

VILLA GE MANOR-1973, 
$9650. something 
EXECUTIVE special. 
Ultra Different. Save at 
Circle Trailer Sales, open 9 
to 9, dial 853-3953. 

VIRGINIAN-1970, 50x13, 2 
bedrooms, furnished, 
washer, dryer, on iot. Call 
499 3387. 




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«l— RADIO-TV-STIRH) 

STEREO - Portable 
Airline, 10 yrs. old. Plays 
well, good sound, good 
condition. 2 detachable 
speakers, only $10. 
Pleace call 588-6834 after 
6:00 p.m. anytime 
weekends. 

TELEVISION— Black and 
white 23" console. Zenleth. 
Works beautifully. 486-^83. 



VALIAM^-ift« 

Honeymoon Special 
2-bedioam, fnmt kitchen, 
fuiniriied, carpeted. Why 
pay tent when S300. down 
wU buy you thte home. 
Call Bob Myet, 853-7457. 
nesleiUc.079g. 



EL DORADO — 1972 Mini- 
home, small equity and 
' assume balance, self 
contained. 340-6249. 

FORD — 1967 Counh'y 
Squire, new shocks, tires, 
full air conditioning,r 390 cu. 
In. ^1495 firm. M9-2399 after 
5. 

FORD — 1966 Palriana, 209 
cu. in. engine, 4-door, 
excellent condition. SSOO. 
•S5,SS4S.-^ — „ , .-- 

FORD - J964 pick-up, 
automatic, good condltten, 
>' bed . 486-?196. 

._„^<»a^jeEiLfiaiaxla SHU. 
air conditlonad, hJii power, 
4 new giau baited tires, 2 
snow tires, new tune up, 26 
months remaining on 
factory warranty, ex- 
cellent condition trans- 
ferrlng. 423-2427. 

XARMANN GHIA — 1970, 
k>w mileage, good con- 
dition, »1395. 545-7094. 

MERCURY — I960, 4 door 
sedan, power steering, air 
conditioning, radio, ^750. 
497-4933. 

MGB — 1968 Roadster, 
perfect condition, new 
apint and valve job. 81,395. 
583-4993. 

NOVA — 1969, 1 owner, new 
tires, clean, 52,000 miles, 
•1,000. 587-3933. 

OLDSMOBi.E - 1970 F-«5, 
3 door, very good conditkm, 
497-8337. 



OLDSMOBILE — 1971 
Delta 88, AM-FM Stereo 
radio, air conditioning, 
•3700. 434-3579. 

OLDSMOBILE - 1966, 4 
door sedan, F-85, air 
conditioned, good con- 
dltkm. 8600 firm. 547-4439. 




t8-A FOR RENT 

FOP PENT 3 bedroom 
mobile Home, i^» baths, 
completely furnished inc. 
washer and air cond. 38 mi. 
?outh of Norfolk. $115 per 
mo. Couple w children 
under 6 preferred, no pets, 
fall 919 453 3237 after 5 30. 




BOSTON BULL TERRIER 
— female, papers not 
necessary. 427-2861. 

PRIVATE PARTY desires 
to buy 1967-1969 Ford 
Falcon, 583-8138. 

Want to buy Electric 
trains, any make or con- 
ditkm. 545-6242. 

Wanted, Indian motorcycle 
in any condition; 857-6545. 

81— lOATl MAltoii JUPPJIH 

BOAT - Fiberglass 
Runabout, 15<,^', excellant 
condition, 35 h.p. Evkirude 
h-ailw. 499-<M98; nights 499- 
5845. 

BONITO - 1970, 16' 
f iberglau weak thru wiftd- 
slxleled full canvas, 60 h.p. 
Jdlmson, 340-3902. 

BROADWATER - 30*, 310 
Crysler motor, exfras, 3117 
Lynnhaven Drive, Va. 
Beach, 464-3057. 464-1085. 

CRITCHFIELD - HW 45 
h.p., h-aiier, fiberglass. 464- 



90— MOTOIWrClP. ICOOTwl 



BATES LEATHERS — 
(pants) Routh-Out. Never 
worn. $50. Moto-Cross full 
tx>re boots, size 11, never 
worn, $50. 486 3537 after 5 
p.m. 

HONDA — '72, 500, 3,400 
miles, gold, all stock. $1,100 
Dial 623-0910 after 7 p.m. 

HONDA— 1972, 350, ex 
ceilent conditkm, S590. 486- 
2610. 

HONDA — 1971, SL 125, like 
new, 2,000 miles, $350. 420- 
9044. 

HONDA — mr/i, 750, Ilka 
new, many extras. $1750. or 
best offer. 489-1M7. 

KAWASAKI — 1971, 500 
Mach III, 4000 miles, $675. 
488 1228. 

YAHAAAA - 19*9, 350 DT-1, 
se tar ntohNxross, 8^0, 
good condition. 487-1356. 



MUSTANG-1965 coupe, 
automatic, 6 cy., bucket 
seats, fire engine red. $435. 
5886329. 

PLYMOUTH — 1971 Fury 
III, In sparkling condition, 
many extras; $2,000. 435- 
6780. 

PLYMOUTH — 1968 Sport 
Fury, convertible, 318 cu. 
in. automatic, power 
steering, 340-8899. 

PONTIAC — 1970 Lemans 
sport. Automatic, full air 
and power. 497-1117 after 6 
p.m. 

PORSCHED — 914-1970, 
XAS's, Loni's Stereo, 40,000 
miles, excellent conditkm. 
•3,580. 497-3106 or 433 5370. 

RENAULT R-10, 1969, $700. 
excellent condition, 583- 
9488. 

THUNBERBIRD— 1970; 
extra clean; excellent 
condition; full power; 
quick sale; $3750; call 489 




GAS li DIESEL IM 
PROVER - No. SOS.. For 
more gas mileage and leas 
ntaintanance; for Mito or 
boat enghtes. Phone 497- 
0S78. 

HOUSEBOAT — 1970 Saa 
N-Ski, fiberglass, 34 faat 
Wn Marory; 140 h.p. 
Ex^lant condition. 430- 



9S— TBUCICS. TBAIUItt. JiiH 

CHEVROLET— 1968 Vt ton 
pick up. Priced to Sell. Call 
Dixie Motors, 1336 N. 
Military Hwg., ^3003. 

CHEVROLET— 1949 Vi ton 
pickup. 6 cylinder, 
automatic. Call Dixie 
1396 N. Military 
833-3002. 




OWM - 38' cabin 
Crutsar, new engine, many 
ndras, $4,000. firm. 4»- 

sailboat - 14', naads 
repair, SIOO, 340-0)41. 

St«>UP - 31', 109 Gray 
marina, good condition. 
Call W8-92». 

Whwar - iwi W haw 
ridar, » h.p., 8400 Mawma 
balance. 4r.»ia. 




AUSTIN AMIRICA — 
1949, 1300 CC angina. 
British Rackia Braan. naw 
tiras, lust ivmi, WU. sn- 
16« after 5 p.m. 

CADILLAC — ml sadan 
Oavliia; navy wua, ax- 
caliant cenditian, 
•lao, tt24l41. 



THUNBERBIRD — 1968 
Laundau, extra clean, 
loaded, 464-1804. 

TVRVIXEN—2972( English 
Sports Car), $2895. df swap 
for economy car of equal or 
lesser value. 464-6929 
anytin,e. 

VOLKSWAGEN — 1963 
Red, new paint fob, $400. 
^-1663 after 5 p.m. 

VOLKSWAGEN — 1969 
exceiient shape, AM-FM 
radto, $1095. 518-3303 after 4 
p.m. 

VOLKSWAGON - 1971 
Super Beetle, /Uitomatic 
stick Shift, Immaculate 
condltton. aO-463fc 

VOLKSWAGON— 1970, 
extra-clean, alr-condltl- 
oned; Priced h> sell. Can 
Dixie Moters-1336 N. 
Military Hwy. »53-3e02. 

VOLKSWAGEN — 
Squareback 1970, t1750 
firm. ^-3299 attar 5. 

VOLKSWAGEN — 1973 
Fastback, low mileage, 
OKcallant condition, •2250. 
3404413. 

VOLVO - 1969, 4 door 
sadwi, automatic, radial 
tiraa, vary good condition. 

•lao. >a-8tH. 



PORSCH 1914- 1970 
XAS'S. KONIt, STiMO, 
40.000 MHiS, [XCfUENT 
C»N0inON, »Si0.497% 

^7-3106 OR 42S-S3ra 



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ccrammy May 1, Rldiard 
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Oceana' Federal Credit 
Union, presented the sign to 
Capt. R. C. Mandeville, 
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•r the Terry Corp. of Va.'a Pembroke Office Park. , 

WOMEN'S COUNCIL OF REALTORS 

Wright Motel, on May 2tod. 
Proceeds are to go to the 
.Women's Council's project 
for the year, to contribute to 
the building of a pool for The 
Girls Pub of Norfolk Inc., 
located w Azalea Garden 
Road. 



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In conjunction with 
Realtor Week, the 
jndewato- Chaptw of the 
Women's Council of 
Realtors is sponsoring the 
first night opening at 
"Camelot" at U»e Tidewater 
Dinner Theater, at Lake 



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Pembroke Two Office 
Building, with 30,000 square 
feet of space is now open. A 
part of the newest com- 
mercial-industrial center of 
the East Coast, Pembroke 
Office Park, the building 
consists of three floors 
(second and third floor {rian 
alike) and features: 
Individual decoration for 
each lobby providing a 
distinct atmos{^ere from 
floors above and below; 
Music in all public areas, 
including elevators; 
Individual room control of 
tempo-ature and a designed 
ventilating system to 
provide superior working 
conditions; Ample free 
parking ; Solar bronze tinted 
glass on all windowed 
areas; a glare proof feature 
and one that gives con- 
sistant lighting, Designed 
with the handicapped in 
mind, every area of the 
building has been planned to 
accommodate individuals in 
wheel chairs; ramp-type 
leaders are located at ttie 



sidewalks leading to 
Pembroke Two. Exclusive, 
agent is Micbad Katsias, 
Pembroke Realty * In- 
surance Agency, Inc., 
281 Independence Blvd., 
Va. Beach. Architects 
are: Dudley -Morrisette- 
Cedarquist, AIA, 
Architects- Engineers - 
Planners, 308 W. 
Freemason St., Norfolk. 
Developers are Terry 
Corporation of Virginia; 
Owners, Pembroke 
Associates. 

Construction has begun 
for builduigs three and four 
at Pembroke Office Park. 
They will add 40,000 square 
feet to the 100,000 square 
feet now constructed in the 
complex. Some addUional 



features include: varied 
restaurants within walking 
distance from all offices; a 
pedestrian mall located 
throughout Pembroke 
Office Park, with land- 
scapted grounds and 
seating benches spaced in 
all areas of pedestrian mall 
for those who want to meet 
or just relax. Pembroke 
Office Park, when com- 
pleted, will be a self- 
contained business en- 
vironment, including 
restaurants, motor-hotel 
convention center, and 
specialty shop, with easy 
accessability to vital 
surrounding designattons — 
only IS minutes to down- 
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Around Virginia Beacli 

Little Creek plans 
weekend open house 



The Little Creek 
Naval Amphibious Base 
will participate in Armed 
Forces Day this weekend 
with various activities 
and open house areas. 

Two one-hour Am- 
phibious Training 
Demmstrations will be 
given at Building 3503 at 
1:30 and 3 p.m. Tugboat 
A •■ . 1 •! 1 1 1 rides will be offered for 

Automobile club members cWldren accompanied by 

an adult. The Amphbious 
Museum will also be open 
to the public. 

Open house ships at the 
base wiU be the am- 
phibious transport dock 
USS Nashville, open on 



AUTO CLUB TOUR - Tom Fetton (right) of Red 
Whig Park shows antomobile club members the 
pMii's recreatioiial facilities. 



tout Beach facilities 



Hombers of automobile 
club« in Virginia and 
IM^ware were given a 
jBuinJner preview of the 
facilities at Virginia 
BM0h during a weekend 
tour May 11-13. 

Levon Dunn, director of 
tbiiiism for the Virginia 
Beach Chamber of 
€Mi|Merce, aaid that . 
although this is the first 
year the chamber has 
^xmscffed a special tour 
for the automobile clubs, 
he hqpes to make it an 
(umual affair. 

Four persons from the 



Delaware Motor Oub, 
representing the entire 
state, and 14 represen- 
tatives from five Virginia 
aubs attended the tour. 
Virginia Automobile 
Qubs represented were 
Richmond, Roanoke, 
Charlotteesville, Danville 
and Petersburg. 

aub members toured 
the resort area, the 
Thoroughgood House, 
Red Wing Municipal Golf 
Course, Red Wing Park, 
Cape Henry Lighthouse 
and the fishing facilities 
at Rudee Inlet. 



Saturday. On Saturday 
and Sunday, the salvage 
ship USS Preserver and 
the gasoline tanker USS 
Noxubee will be open 
from 1 to 4:30 p.m. 

The 1973 Armed Forces 
Day Communications 
Test co-sponsored by the 
Navy, Army and Air 
Force will be held from 9 
a.m. until 10:45 p.m. on 
Saturday for the par- 
ticipation of amateur 
radio operators and other 
communicators. 

The Little Creek Naval 
Amphibious Base is in 
Virginia Beach near the 
Virginia Beach-Norfolk 
line off Shore Drive. 



Kennel Club match 
to be held Sunday 



Fort Story sponsors 
open house Saturday 



Fort Stoty will host a 
special Armed Forces 
Day Open House on 
Saturday, May 19. 

^pivy and Navy per- 
sonnel of Foft Story and 
the' Little Creek Am- 
phibious Base will 
sponsor display! and 
demonstrations of am- 



phibious military 
opeT&tim. 

Visitors are also invited 
to visit the Cape Henry 
Memorial Cross and the 
old ' Cape Henry 
Lighthouse. The new 
Lighthouse will not be 
open to visitors. 



The Virginia Beach 
Kennel Club will hold « 
Plan "B" Sanctioned 
Match Sunday at Prin- 
cess Anne High School on 
Virginia Beach 
Boidevard. 

Entries will be taken 
from 10 a.m. to 12 noon 
and judging will begin at 
12:30 p.m. 

There will be classes 
for puppies from three to 
six-months-old; six to 
nine-months old, and nine 
to twelve-months-old. 
There will be one class 
for adult dogs. 

All dogs registered with 
the American Kennel 
Gub and those eligible 
for registration may 
enter, as long as they do 
not have major points. No 
points will be awarded at 
tills mateh. 



The match will have two 
classes of junior 
showmanship com- 
petetion-from 8 to 12 
years and from 13 to 16 
years. Judging will be 
based on the child's 
ability to handle the dog. 

Judges for the match 
are Clyde H. Wilkinson, 
Lynchburg; Mrs. 
Barbara Cromley, Rich- 
mond; Mrs. Mary Jane 
Booth, Poquoson; John 
Bruce Chapel, Raleigh, 
N.C.; Larry Wineberry, 
Durham, N.C.; Mrs. 
Lynn Weaver, Maryland; 
Larry Roy Elks, 
Greensland, N.C., and 
Cag Haakansson, Silver 
Spring, Md. 

This WiU be the fifth 
annual match held by the 
Virginia Beach Kennel 
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boys to participate in the 
second annual summer 
boys club program at the 
facilities of the W. W. 
Houston Boys Club, 
Norfolk. 

The program is open to 
any boy between the ages 
of7tol6. Sixty boys a day 

will be bused to Norfolk in 
the nine— week program. 
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run through the week of 
August 13. 

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interested boys will be 
held on Saturday, May 19, 
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 
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Fund service center in 
ths princess Theatre 
building on Virginia 
Beach Blvd. 

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the summer, and includes 
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membership in the club 
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for the summer. 

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picked up at the following 
locations: Mondays, 
Brookwood Elementary 
School; Tuesdays, 
Lynnhaven Elementary; 
Wednesdays, Pembroke 
Elementary; Thursdays, 
Aragona Elementary; 
Fridays, Windsor 
Woods public library 
branch. 

Buses will leave each 
location at 9:30 a.m. and 
will return at ap- 
proximately 4:30 p.m. 
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will be available on the 
buses. 

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may be obtained from the 
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Thursday, May 24, 1973 



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Council approves budget, increase 
in tourist advertising allotments 



By LES LEHIGH 

Sun SUff Writer 

City Council's final approval of 
the city's Fiscal 1974 $76.7 million 
Operating Budget was a victory for 
the Innkeepers Association 
through a sizable increase in 
tourist advertising allotments. 
Council also approved an increase 
in, the salary of Commonwealth's 
Attorney Andrew Evans. 

uouncii approvcQ an auaniomB-- 
allocation of $45,237 for tourist 
advertising, which was requested 
by the Innkeepers Association 
during last week's first reading 
consideration of the budget. 
Council also approved the transfer 
into tourist advertising of $22,500 
which was initially proposed as 
contributions from the Department 
of Economic Development for 
activities of the Virginia Beach 
Chamber of Commerce, Ocean 
Highway Association and Virginia 
Travel Council. 



This additional $67,537 above the 
amount proposed by City Manager 
Roger M. Scott raised the tourist 
advertising allotment to $365,472. 
The figure is $97,774 above the 
amount allocated for tourist ad- 
vertising in the current budget 
ending on July 1. 

Evans' salary increase is $1,990 
above * the amount initially 
proposed by Scott, raising thr^ 
r^ a nnu al com p en satioo-ia - $ 2 5 , 20Q . , 
The however will still require 
approval by the state, which 
equally shares with the city the 
cost of the operation of the Com- 
monwealth's Attorney's office. 

Opposition to the additional 
$45,000 in tourist advertising arose 
when Vice-Mayor F. Reid Ervin 
motioned passage of the budget 
proposal. 

Councilman Donald H. Rhodes 
offered a substitute motion to 
delete the allocation and place the 
money in the fund foi^ gaaeral 



contingencies. It was his con- 
tention that doing so would benefit 
"...everyone all over the City." 

An amendment to the motion 
came from Councilman Dr. 
Clarence A. Holland to divert the 
funds to improvement of tlje 
overall recreational facilities of the 
aty. 



- ^rviit's originaK motion for- 
passase of the biirigrt, in iti 
amended proposed form, seconded 
by Councilman Callis, won 
unanimous approval by council. 

Hie expenditures called for in 
the budget become effective July I. 

The substitute motion was 
defeated by vote of 8 to 3 with 
dissenting votes being cast by 
Mayor Robert B. Cromwell Jr., 
Irvin, and Councilmen John A. 
Baum, Robert H. Callis Jr., 
Charles W. Gardner, D. Murray 
Malbon, J. Curtis Payne, and 
Floyd B. Wattrfiald Jr. 



The Admiral and the clown 



At an Armed Forces Day Parade part of 
a Grand Marshall's duties, aside from 
countless salutes and thigh-torturing ups 
and downs is his chair, are to keep the 



clowns in leopard suits happy with an 
occasional handshake. Admiral McCain. 
Jr. USN. Ret. did his job well. (Sun 
photo by Neal Sims) 



Coundl okays another high-rise 



Another hi^ rise condominium 
apartment building will be added 
to the Chesapeake Beach skyline. 
Hie l&^tory structure was ap- 
proved by City Council Mmiday. 

The Chesapeake Lynnhaven 
Properties i»'oject will contain 400 
units, and consist of 13 floors of 
living units and a penthouse. The 
building will be located on a seven 
acre tract bordered by Shore 
Drive, Cherry Tree Place and Page 
Avenue. 

This raised to three the number of 
condominium structures approved 
for construction along the 
Chesapeake Bay ^oreline in the 
vicinity of Lessner Bridge. 



TTie project was approved by a 
vote of 10 to 0, with Councilman Dr. 
Clarence A. Holland abstaining, on 
a motion by Councilman D. Murray 
Malbon seconded by Vice-Mayer F. 
Reid Ervin. 

In another housing matter, 
council also approved a change of 
zoning request from Green Run 
Corporation, for its Planned Unit 
Development in the area of In- 
dependence Boulevard and 
Rosemont Road. _ 

The project involves the con- 
struction of additional townhouaes 
and apartments with a park, 
swunming pool and recreational 
areas in the apartment complex. 



Strong opposition to the ap- 
plication came from homeowners 
who have already purchased 
residences in the sprawling 
development. 

It was their contention that the 
increasing number ofu,apartment 
being constructed in the, overall 
development is gradually banning 
homeowners from a voice in ac- 
tivities within the development. 
They pointed out this would leave 
them in the minority in voting on 
issues which downgrade their 
property and thus deprive them of 
protecting the value of their in- 
vestment 



PPVs now banned 
from boardwalk 

The use of "people powered vehicles" on the 
resort strip boardwalk came to an end Monday with 
City Council's passage of an ordinance against such 
i»age. 

The move was coupled with reordaining an or- 
dinance prohibiting bicycle riding on the boardwalk 
between the hours of 9 p.m . and 4a.m. 

The PPVs began aj^earing on the boardwalk just 
two weeks ago through a locally owned rental firm. 
They are fashioned after an adult tricycle 
seating two people in a four-foot-wide fiber-glassed 
body over a threej-wh^led ft-ame. 

City Manager Roger M. Scott voiced opposition to 
the vehicles on their size constituting a safety 
hazard to pedestrians and other cyclists using the 
boardwalk. "Hiat portion of the ordinance banning 
bicyclists at night, according to City Attorney J. 
Dale Bimson, has been a long standing regulation. 

When the question of enforcement of the night- 
time ordinance was discussed with a police offical 
he said this was being done, although it might not 
appear so. 

He pointed out the ordinance is not a new one, but 
rather had its beginning about the time of the 
merger of .Virginia Beach with Princess Anne 
County. Regarding" what some refer to as laxity in 
enforcing the ordinance he said this is due to lack of 
sufficient manpower to properly patrol the board- 
walk. 




AngtMtai Brown 



Augustus Brown 
sworn into office 



Tips for pet owners 



Virginia Beach : not a summer 



By DONN^ HENDRICK 
Sun Staff Writer 

Summer's traditional dog days are 
almost upon us and im)w is a good time to 
remind pet owners of the city's various 
(n^inances governing their animals. 

William H. Qark, acting superin- 
tendent of AnimalControl for the City of 
Virginia Beach, has ordered all dofts 
owners to make sure their pets "have 
requhred dog tegs. 

Dogs six months or older are required 
to have rabies shots and city tags. No 
city tegi are reqmred for cate. 

Qark stressed the importence of dogs 
weartog tags because a l(»t or strayed 
dog can be easily reunited with Its owner 
through the teg's identification number. 

CSaric also urged roidente who may 
have summer visitors to ask their 
visitors not to faring their pets to Virginia 

Beach. 



cannot leave the city for 10 days. This 
puts a hardship on visitors who must 
sometimes go home, then return in 10 
^ys to pick up their pets." 



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Qark also reminded Beach residents 
of summer ordinances governing pets on 
the beach. Effective May 15, dogs are no 
longer allowed on the beaches at all, 
except from 7 p.m. to # am. in 
residential areas only. No dogs are 
allowed on the resort strip during the 
tourist seas<m at all. The ordinanace is in 
effect until Sept. 30. 

Clark's office is responsible for 
detominii^ what is and is not a 
residential area. In general, areas which 
are lurt (Ml the rraort strip are considered 
resideitial areas, but owners may wish 
to che<* witii the city's animal control 
d^ajtmoit abmit wcttnances governing 
didr areas. 

The beach wdinance appliV. only to 
dofi. No otim animals are mention^ in 
ttelaw. 

VtatflM Beach doa not have a leash 

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the owner's proQerty must be under the 
control (rf a responsible person. A pet 
owner may walk with his pet without a 
leash, but the pet must be in control at 
all times. 

aark pointed out that his office is 
starting a new procedure to help owners 
find theh- lost or strayed pets. When 
police receive a lost or strayed report, 
the police clerk types up a form, one 
copy for police records, aie for the 
animal control department and one for 
the Virginia Beaclf SPCA. 

If the lost animal is picked up by the 
police, the animal's tegs are checked 
with the lost animal reports. The animal 
can then be easily returned to its owner. 
Again, Clark stresswi the importance of 
all animals wearing tegs with iden- 
tification numbera. 



Unleashed pet 
may stray 



If ma aninul is ptetod up by an animal 
cwitrd ot^xF ami ite vmam canntrt be 
located, the animal is than tiigibte for 
adoption aft« it is bsU la the Animal 
Confrol kMMl (r 




facilities can hold 60 to 70 animals at one 
time. If an animal has distemper or if 
the kennel is too full, some animals may 



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new building 



be put to sleep. Two witnesses (usually a 
veterinarian and a police officer) are 
required to report that an animal Is sick 
before it can be put to sleep. • 

Clark said that the Animal Control 
departmoit will wxm be getting a new 
buildhignear the city garage at Princess 
Anne ami larger facilities to house more 
animals will then be available. 

If an injured animal is broi^ht to the 
kennel, the animal is sent to a 
veterinarian, where it is treated, then 
returned to the kennel. In the next dty 
budget, (lark plans to reqi^t fundi to 
hire a veterinarian for the kennel. 

Clark said ttiat his department is 
currently trying to get a raUes law 
passed by the city reqidrii^ rabies in- 
nocuUtloiis and city tegs for cate. Cate 
are req^oo^ble tor 18 per CMt <d 
reported animals bites per year. Dogs 
are pasiwnsibie for 10 p^ cmi <d 
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AugiKtus Brown, Jr., 
was sworn into the Office 
of Justice of the Peace 
Monday, becoming the 
first black to hold such an 
office hi Virginia Beach. 

Brown, 48, was ad- 
ministered the oath of 
office by Orcuit Court 
Senior Judge Robert S. 
Wahab Jr., during a 
ceremony attended by 
members of Brown's 
family, court officials 
and city councilmen. 

Brown will operate 
from the Justice of the 
Peace office in the Qty 
Jail. He and his wife Elsie 
reside with their children 
in the vicinity of the 



Courthouse Complex, 
where they have lived 
since his retirement from 
Naval service. 

Brown fills a vacancy 
on the Justice of the 
Peace steff as the result 
of Alvin L. "Sally" 
Rodgers' mignation to 
seek the office of Sheriff. 
Rodgers, 42, is a veteran 
of 13-and-a-half years 
service. 

Kelly T. Rice, 46, who 
has served as a Justice of 
the Peace for the past 
seven years, has been 
named to succeed 
Rodgers in the offlce d 
Chief Justice of the 
Peace. 



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We're sending the news 
to Newport 



Several thousand copies of the Sun wUl be 
sent to Rhode Island for the next few weeks 
as a public service by the newspapo* to help 
facilitate the thousands of families being 
reassigned to our area by recent military 
base closing. 

Our new neighbors will be able to follow 
the events taking place In our City so that 
they wUl be famlUar with the area upon 
thdr arrival. 

Our staff welcomes these newcomov to 
Sun Country and hopes that VfarglBia 
Beach's only Mwspaper wUl serve them 
both before ai^ after their arrival. 



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One has to wonder wl^ aty Council decided 
to JNirtiMr restrict the ise of bicycles on 
t^ resort strip boardwalk, as reported 
dawMhtH. in llie Sun. Considering the an- 
aqrance to permanent residents and the 
possifaility of poor public relations with 
. tourists who vacation here, who can ju^ge how 
mndL wisdom was applied in deci(fing to 
rettaterjtbe bike restriction? 

Ibe question centers around prohibitii^ 
bicyc^ on the boardwalk after 9 p.m., in- 
duded in an ordinance ^xiuch the council 
approved Monday to ban the use of three- 
wheeled vehicles, popularly known as People 
Powered Vehicles (PPV) from the boardwalk. 

What will be the reaction of permanent 
re^dents who have become accustomed to 
cyding along the boardwalk as^part of a late 
evening "habit?" How wUl tourists-who may 
wish to extend their enjoyment of the beach- 
react when they are told that bike riding is 
prohibited here? 

Reradents, who pay taxes 24 hours a day for 

the support of this facility, and tourists, who 

contribute heavily to the resort strip's 

Unancial vi^ell-being, must contend with yet 

another hinderance. And fo r wh at reason? 



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One police official, queslofdng ^e rationale^ 
the ordinance, said he failed to see the purpose 
In the law, either from the standpoint of public 
safety or personal protection. 

Virginia Beach, the world's largest 
resort dty, may be on the way to 
becoming the most restricted one. 

A different 
Memorial Day 

For nearly four months, the nation has stood 
teary eyed in often rain soaked mobs to greet 
retivni^ priswiers of war. Last week we 
honcffed our heroes once again as the Nation 
celebrated Armed Forces Day and crowds 
gathered in streets of cities all over the 
couhti7 to clwer on parades of military men- 
drill teams, bajids and marching units. N^ 
week hoards of po'sons wiU flock to 
Bfonorial Day Se^ces to honor service men 
who have given their lives in all past wars. 

Services for the returning POW's brought 
boy scouts handing out bumper stickers and 
pins that read: MIA? Only Hanoi knows for 
sure." Some people placed them on um- 
treilBS-or a jacket or shirt. Some still display 
Cbemon the bumper of thehrcar.But few stop to 
IhUE about or a^ what reaUy has become of 
flMse who haven't seen the parades, or tears 
or been greirted by handshakes and a i»t on 
the back. The stickers, rather than being a 
way to Aow you care, have become like any 
other buiB|>er sticker cardessly stuck on for 
some tourist attraction. 

Caught up in a great movement for peace, 
nuuiy Americans have grown weary of evoi 
hearing about whatis taldng idace in Southeast 
Asia. Promises "to bring the boys home" in 
October sent spirits high around the country. 
Delays in peace talks, and political 
manuevering ccmtinually set bad^ the date 
when aU troops were to return. Both sides 
daimed the c^er was at fault. 

Ihe situation rose once again when the 
POW's were scheduted to be released. Those 
returning men furthered America 's hopes for 
peace d^te contimied involvement and air 
strikes in Cambodia. 

Scrnie mm once listed as missing in action 
<M return home, while (^h^rs were officaUy 
listed as dead. As for still others theh* famflles 
can only wait and hope-and wonder if the 
truth win ever really be known. 
' Amid the cheers for our POW's and the 
:wrea0i services for those mm who gavf their 
lives, let us also question and show concern for 
those still missing in action. Let this Memorial 
Day be a little differoit ytem last. 



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Best day_ 
of the year 



That's what the children at Bow Creek 
Kindergarten say about Mud Day. At the 
left. Simon Ferraro is not sure if he wants 
his Image recorded for all time while he 
Is in this condition. But at the right, SUcy 
Neal is quite sure that she doesn't mhid at 
all. As a matter of fact, if it were not for 
that unusual makeHip she eovAd pass for 
an up and comfaig Virghiia Beach batUng 
beauty. Mrs. SHb-ley Boon, who has been 
with the school for six years as an aMe. 
says that the activity frees the spfrit of 
the children and it is somethhig they 
never get to do at home — at least with 
permission. (Skm photos by Rod Mann) 




RoU eall vote refleeis opinions 

Whitehurst, Daniel 



BySONJAHlLLGREN > 
Sun Washington Bureau 

WASfflNGTON — Here's how area 
Members of Congress were reconled aa 
major roll call votes from May 14-18. 

HOUSE: Rejected, 198 against and 
192 for, amouimait to reduce the U.S. 
£^are of a U.N. envinvunental jH'ogram 
from $40 million for five years to $5 
million for fiscal 1974 (ndy. 

Siq)porters objected to a U.S. com- 
mitment to pay for 40 per cent of a U.N. 
ix-ogram at a time wten Cm^ress has 
reduced to 25 per cent the U.S. share of 
U.N. (grating costs. They also (Ejected 
to spemling funds abroad to study 
worldwide pollution when Presi^nt 
Nixon has impounded domestic en- 
vironmental funds. 

Opponoits said that the U.S., as the 
wwld's prime polluter, has a respon- 
sibility to support worldwide en- 
vironmental process. 

Reps. G. William Whitehurst, (R- 
Va.), voted against and Robert W. 
Daniels (R-Va.) voted for. 

Passed. 266 for aiul 123 against, HO 
million authorization bill for U.S. 
commitment to the U.N. environmental 
inrogram. 



Whitehurst voted for and Daniel 
voted against. 

SENATE: Approved, 89 for and 22 
against, amendment liberalizing terms 
of Small Business Administrations , 
disaster relief loans for homeowners hit 
l^ disasters after April 20. 

The amendment wtmld provide a 
homeowner up to $4,000 in federal 
disaster funds that wouldn't have to be 
paid back to the govemmoit. Additional 
ftnkls would be loaned at a 5 per cent 
interest rate. 

Stq;>porter8 said moderate or low- 
income persons cannot afford to relHiild 
devastated homes with die current 5 per 
cent loan program for victims of 
disasters that occurred after April 20. 

They said the 1 per cent loans, with 
$5,000 foi^ivraiess provisions, passed by 
Ccmgress after Hurricane A^es, were 
too great a burden on the f^jpid 
government. However, suppdners 
added, that doesn't mean the 
fwgiveness part of fiie jrogram should 
be scraj^ped completely. 

(^ponoits said disaster loan changes 
should be consictere^ later along with 
extotsive new disaster relief proposals 



recently proposed by the Ad- 
ministration. 

S«is. Harry F. Byrd Jr. voted against 
and William L. Scott did not vote. 

Passed, 79 for and 15 against, bill 
removing legal 'barriers that prevent 
employers from contributing to joint' 
labor-management funds for legal 
services. 

The bill would legalize prepaid legal 
services programs, patterned after 
group health care prc^ams. 

Byrd voted against and Scott did not 
vote. 

Passed, 69 for and 2S against, $705 
million authorization to establish health 
maintenance organizations (HMOS) and 
expend existing ones. 

Health maintenance OTganizations 
provide health care services, par- 
ticularly preventative care, from groups 
of medical specialists. Subscribers got 
\^atever services they need for fixed, 
periodic fees, rather than on the com- 
mon fee-for-services basis. 

Siq;>porter8 said HMO's can provide 
improved health care at low costs for 
Americans who can't afford to pay 
spiraling medical bills. 

Opponents said the measure 



authorizes too much money to subsidize 
day-to-day operations of health: main- 
tenance organizations. They said naoney 
would be better spent developing more 
efficient health care delivery systems 
that could operate without ongoing 
federal subsidies. ;. 

Byrd voted against and Scott did not 
vote. .1 

Passed, 79 for and 13 against, three- 
year, $225 million authorizatipp to 
develop comprehensive emergency 
medical systems. 

Supporters, said emergency medical 
care must be upgraded because ^sting 
ambulance personnel generally: are 
untrained to deal with accideatal in- 
juries or severe heart attacks, and 
strokes. They also said emergency 
rooms in hospitals generally are iin- 
properly staffed and equipped. -. 

Opponents said that pro^Ulj"^ 
emergency medical care is a '^te 
function that can be financed by general 
revenue sharing funds. Other opporjfcnts 
agreed with the substance of:Ithe 
legislation but voted against it- on 
grounds of "fiscal responsibility.":; 

Byrd voted against and Scott dia:not 
vote. t; 



Ytktergate tempest stirs Capital 



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By CYRENE DEAR 

WASHINGTON, D.C., - 
"Something is rotten in the state of 
Denmark." - Shakespeare's 
"Hamlet", Act 1. Something is 
rotten in the Umted States <tf 
Arnica. Tills too shall i»ss. That 
is what we think, but the Watergate 
aeandd^TOU shro o m s d a i ^.^ 

A businessman arrived on 
Mother's Day for a brirf stopover 
to say "hello" to his mother. Some 
State D^jartmeit friends were 
with her. His first question was 
"What is going <m ova* at State 
about the Watergate? " The answer 
was "Oh, it is p-etty miKh business 
as usual in our c^ices, but it is «i 
ttie minds of aU (rf us." 

StmietNW in the group said: 
"There is talk of the Presidoit 
either resignii^ or h^i^ im- 
peach^." A rtranger who g(rt off 
the plane couldn't resist his 



cwnment— "What Uien, we would 
have Agnew." 

And so it goes. Vice President 
Agnew asserts that the venerable 
(»»stihitional authority Sam Ervin 
(D-N.C.) is just seekUig puldicity 
by dramatizhig the Watergate 
crisis. The white-haired southerner 
admits that he has reached tte 
lannacle of his ambition after 18 
y&LTS in the Senate. For years he 
fluted alKHit ccmstituticmal and 
other l^al matters but now he is 
first on the Congrej^icmal agenda. 
"I think the Senate is determined 
to recover some of its po««rs," 
says the Chairman of the Senate 
bivestigating Committee on the 
Watergate. 

Heads (rf State and other im- 
portant visitors still come to 
Washington. WiUy Brandt, 
Chancellor ot West Germany, 
ame in the fii^ (ta^ of the 
shocking Water^te news; Halle 



Selassie, Eteporer of Ethiopia, a 
frequent gu^, is here now; and 
Soviet's Brezhiwv will be here nfext 
month. 

Tourists stand in long lines, even 
if it rains, to get into the White 
House, their hmise. The S«iate acts 
to bar impoundment o€ fuiKls and 
the HcHise votes against boml»ng in 
Cambodia. 

^(Uhea do silly tMapr At the 
recoit Ladies Home Journal award 
winning party at Keniwdy Center, 
^wnsorcMJ by Qairol and chaired 
by actress Rosalind Ri^eU, a few 
carri^l ttieir wmiai's lib too far . A 
controvevy raged at i^i^rsal 
over ^iging Katharine Lee Bates' 
"America the B^utiful". Instead 
of sii^^ "Crown Ay good with 
inHl^rhood" the feninists in- 
sisted on singing "Crown thy good 
with sisterhood." Katharine swely 
meant txirtherhood to imdude all 
man and wmnan kind. 



Public opinion i; 
invited on law \ 

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This week's Sun Survey question concerns Cit j 
Council's prohibiting bicycles on the resort strfi 
boardwalk after 9 p.m jl 

The matter is discussed in a page one articft 
and an editorial is this week's Virginia Beac§* 

You are invited to express your view and gi\je 
written comments on the matter by answerii^ 
the Survey question. > 



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Should cycling be bonncd 
on the boordwolk ofter 9 p.rr ' 'I 

Y(Mif commenUand ligned letters would br appreciated als^ 

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MISS SANDY RICE, ennreiit Mhs Vlrgliila BMck. preMato Mayor Robert B. 
Cromwell. Jr.. an invttatlon for City CoancU to attend tUs year's Miss Vir^ia 
Beacli .Pageant this Saturday nigiit at Princess Anne Higli Sciiool. Pageant 
contestants Miss Unda Thompson and Miss Karen Hn^es (I. to r.) Joined Miss 
Rice in tile iresentation. ConncUmen Dr. aarence A. H<rtland reflects Comicii's 
pleasure over tlie invitation. 

Military leaders say 

Country's defense dependent 
on military reserve forces 



By ALICE LINKERE 
Sun Staff Writer 

Military leaders in Virginia Beach 
tend to agree that the future defense 
strength ci the United States depends on 
the combat-readiness of the nation's 
military reserve forces. 

Qmgressman Robert W. Daniel (R- 
Va.) enunciated his concern for a well- 
equii^)ed, well-trained reserve force 
during a recent address to the Vir^nia 
Reserve Officers Association. Daniel 
said, "Reserves are the primary source . 
of augmentation for our active forces in 
a national emergency." 

Army and Navy reserve training has 
been upgraded within the past three 
years, according to military sources in 
Virginia Beach. All reserve forces are 
now being trained to a higher level of 
combat-readiness than in the past. 

Vice-Adm. C. Edwin Bell, com- 
mander, amphibious forces, U.S. 
Atlantic Fleet, said, "With the current 
squeeze on defense, reserves are 
necessary in order for the nation to react 
•to any emergency. In the reserves, we 
find many fine, capable, dedicated men. 
We will need a higher percentages of 
ttiose men who have a real desire to 
contribute to their country's defense — 
men who are willing to make an effort 
above their effort in civilian life." 

Col. Alfred J. Powell, post com- 
mander, ^ort Story, agrees that 
reserves must be highly trained and 
equim)ed with the ability to augment 
/I active forces with little additional 
training. 

"At the present, the use of reserve 
forces is more economical than the 
draft," Col. Powell said. "It is hard to 
say whether or not active reserve will 
be as effective as the draft over the long 
run." Col. Powell believes that the 
morale and interest of reservists will 
improve, since the draft has been 
eliminated. Like Adm. Bell, he feels the 
reserves will attract competent, 
dedicated personnel" 
' Daniel is concerned about reserve 
morale which, he believes, dropped 
following a 1965 decision to "ignore the 
reserve in meeting Uie manpower 
requirements of the Vietnam War." 

He said that ignoring the reserves had 
caused the reserve units and the 
National Guard to gain a reputation in 
some quarters as a haven for draft' 
dodgers. 

Daniel, who is a member of the House 
Armed Services Committee, believes the 
reserves are now beginning to recover, 
from the legacy of the Vietnam War. He 
added that recent proposals, including 



pay increases already in effect, should 
improve the recruiting potential of 
reserve units. 

Lt. Col. C. D. Besecker, executive 
officer, Virginia National Guard, First 
Batallion, Ulth Artillery, agrees that 
with the elimination of the draft, it may 
be harder to recruit reserve personnel, 
although the pay increase will offer 
incentive to recruits. 

"Our morale is very . high," Col. 
Besecker said, "maybe even higher than 
that of other reserve outfits. We do not 
create work for reservists; they are 
doing what is necessary." 

He added that with the end of the draft, 
those who do enlist in reserves do so 
because they want to be involved. 

National Guard training has been 
improved in recent years — the 
requirements are higher and training is 
more intensive. "Our organization is 
pretty well trained," Col. Besecker said. 
"To go on active duty in the event of a 
national emergency, we would need 
some additional training, but not much." 

Capt. Rolsert Cadman, officer in 
charge of the evaluation unit at Fort 
Story, directs the Army's evaluation of 
reserve units who train during the 
summer at the post. He believes that the 
reserves must be more attractive than in 
the past to encourage enlistments. 

"The reserves have been used by some 
to avoid the draft," Capt. Cadman said 
"The Army reserves may be faced with 
a greater, problem than those of other 
military forces, t)ecause the Army has 
been the 'only service with a draft." 

Iliis year training requirements for 
the Army are stricter, and units will be 
evaluated on the level of active Army 
units. Capt. Cadman believes that well 
equipped reserve units are more 
economical to mobilize than new units of 
draftees. 

"The reserves will be more effective 
than reinstating the draft would be in 
case of national emergency," he said. 

Naval Air Reserve forces have also 
been streamlined within the past two or 
three years and their level of readiness 
has been considerably upgraded. 

Cpat. Robert C. Mandeville, base 
commander of Oceana Naval Air 
Station, said, "I am enthusiastic about 
the quality of the Naval Air Reserve. It 
will be valuable ^nAntn manpower is 
needed in short notice. Reserve units are 
our 'ace in the hole' for national 
emergency." 

Capt. F. B. Greene, liason officer for 
the Naval Air Reserve, believes that 
reserve m(»:ale in the Naval Air units 
has risen consicterably since b«liiing, 9s 
well as equifMnent, has been u|>graded. 



League gets inside 
view of Washington 

BySONJAHILLGREN 
Son Washington Bureau 

WASHINGTON - Watergate wasn 't the only 
event on Capitol Hill this week when 27 League of 
Womoi VfAers fr<Mn Virginia Beach and Norfolk came 
to Washington to view first the work of the federal 
Government. 

In fact, Jean Schaller of Virginia Beach, one of the 
womoi cm the annual Washington trip, was surprised 
to find a Hcnise & Education Labor Committee 
meeting at which there was perfect attendance. 

"I thouc^t we would be going through vacant 
corridOTS," she said, "because of the media emphasis 
on Watei^ate hearings to the exclusion of other 
Qmgressional business." 

Mrs. Sdialler said she had planned to avoid the 
much publicized hearii^s, but joined a large group of 
Tidewater women waiting in a line that wound around 
a quarter of the rotunda of the Russell Senate Office , 
Blading. They were waiting for the afternoon 
hearing. 

"I swore I wasn't going to this thing," she said, "but 
I thought I might as well see the circus . ' ' 

Most of the women merely watched the activities in 
several Committee meetings, such as a Senate 
Judiciary Committee meeting considering com- 
firmaticm of Attorney General-Designate-Elliott L. 
Richardson. 

But Mrs. Barbara Racine of Virginia Beach, the 
League of Women Voters Environmental Qualities 
Chairman, was not content to be a bystander. 
Following testimony about the Virginia Beach 
^oreline replenishment, she told an Army Corp of 
Engineers official that she disagreed with his plan of 
replenishment. 

The women c<xnpared notes on committee meetings 
at a lunch gathering attended by Sen. Harry F. Byrd, 
Jr., Sen. Wm. L. Scott, Rep. Robert W. Daniel, Jr. and 
Rep. G. William Whitehurst. ■ 

Whit^urst gave the women a textbook reason for 
their trip. "You can get all the publicity in the world," 
he said. "But, that isn't like coming to Washington to 
see Congress in action. It's great to come hear to sit 
and listen just like we listen." 

The women left Virginia Beach for Washington at 
5: 45 a.m. Tuesday morning and returned in the middle 
of the afternoon. 



Th« Sun— Thursday, May 24, 1973— Ftoo* 9 




Big Brother meets Little Brother J 

1 litrt' was a double celebration last Friday for Jim Wiggins, 426 Jasper Court. It 
was bis 12th birthday, and he met. for the first time, his Big Brother. Barry Gidley 
(I). .Joseph N. Koury. Jr.. (I), exceutive director of Big Brothers at Virginia 
Beach made the match, the first for the newly established benevolent 
organization. Present too, at the meeting was Jim's mother. Mrs. Theresa Guill, 
not shown in the photo. (Sun photo by Helen Crist) 

Bus drivers banquet Friday 



28 charged 
in drug raid 



The second culmination 
of undercover drug in- 
vestigations in the resort 
city withiri the past three 
weeks has resulted in 36 
charges of distribution 
and-or sale of narcotics. 

The round-up of 
suspects began last 
Thursday following the 
issuance of warrants 
charging 28 people with 
violating drug laws. By 
Friday afternoon eight 
suspects have been ap- 
prehended. 

The chaises followed a 
six-month undercover 
investigation by a 
Virginia Beach police 
officer ytho infiltrated the 
drug market, and 
allegedly made $1,800 
worth of illegal drug 
purchases. 

The sales, centered in a 
three-block area of the 
Beach Borough, included 
Marijuana, hashish, LSD, 
and barbiturates _ . 

Investigators said the 
largest single purchase of 
drugs was two pounds of 
marijuana, at a cost of 
$360 



Sun classified 
ads get results. 



The Virginia Beach 
City Public Schools Bus 
Drivers .Association Inc. 
will hold its second an- 
nual banquet Friday at 
Plaza Junior High 
Cafeteria. 

Dr. E E. Brickell, 
superintendent of 
schools, will speak. 

Bus drivers and 
transportation mechan- 
ics with more than 
20 years ol service in 
the public school system 
will receive special 
citations of honor from 
tlie organization. 

Approximately 350 
persons have been Invited 
to attend the banquet. 
Special guests are J. 
Warren Littleton, 
director of tran- 



sportation; Elmer 
Tarrall, assistannt 
superintendent for 
supportive services ; Earl 
Stanley, supervisor or 
transportation: Jam^ 



Ross, assistant super- 
visor; Allen Basnight, 
transportation clerk, and 
Mrs. Ginger Glisson and 
Mrs. Judy Irby, 
secretaries. 



Tennis extramurals held 



The annual Tennis 
Extramural Tournament 
was held last week by the 
City school system and 
the Department of Health 
and Physical Education. 
The tournament was 
played in two divisions - 
required 8, 9, and 10, and 
elective 11 and 12. 

Kim Willis and Bar- 
bara Kuntz of First 
Colonial High School won 
the required doubles 
competition. First 



Colonial's Katie Cole was 
the required singles 
winner. 

In the elective divisicm, 
the doubles winners were 
Pam Murden and Helen 
Copoino of Kellam. 
Debbie Tyer of Kemps- 
ville Hi^ School was the 
singles winner. 
Members of organized 
school athletic teams are 
not permitted to take part 
in these extra-mural level 
contests. 



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Larkspur opening day 
events set Saturday 



THADINE FA JANS GETS A CONGRATULATORY' 
HUG after winning the 600-yard run. A student at 
Bookwood Elementary School, Thadine also won the 
event last vear as a fourth grader. 



Opening day 
caremonies will be held in 
Larkspur Saturday, May 
26th, to get the 1973 
diamond season officially 
uncterway. Beginning at 
10 a.m., the ceremonies 
will be held on the 
ballfield at Kempsville 
Meadows Elementary 
School, which is located 
on Edwin Drive near 
Princess Anne Road. 

A number of area 
personalities will be on 
hand for the ceremonies. 
The Kempsville Junior 
High School band will 
perform and entertain as 
the 21 Larkspur teams 
are introduced. 

Larkspur has' won the 
Community League 
Midget championship 
three of the last four 
years. This year's Midget 



to 



team wUl be trying 
defend the title. 

An intermediate team 
has been formed for the 
first time. Larkspur will 
field five Farm League 
teams, made up of 9, 10 
and 11 year old boys. 

The girls will also get 
their share of time on the 
field. They will be playing 
on two Pre-Teen softt)all 
teams, one Teen girl's 
team, and three Farm 
League teams. 

Larkspur also will have 
five boys' and three girls' 
Tee-Ball teams, made up 
of 6, 7, and 8 year olds. In 
Tee-Ball, batters hit the 
ball off a tee, since no 
pitchers are used. 

Immediately after the 
opening ceremonies, four 
league games will be 
played. 



fTiorou^good wins overall 
fitness meet championship 



schools participated, and 
Thorou^good won the 
overall City cham- 
pionship. 

Grade-level champions 
were determined in each 




~"The Virginia Beach 
::;$|y Schools held the 15th 
:j*Annual Citywide 
^*hysical Fitness Meet 
S|ast week. 1781 students 
*^from 18 elementary 

I 

§ 50 YARD DASH ._„ 

^ 4th Grade - Linda Joshua (Thoroughgood) 7.2; Wade 
^Bell (Creeds) 6.8 

•1^: 5th Grade - Debbie Leaks (Alanton) 6.7; Curtis 
':i:Riddick (Kingston) 6.7 

'"_, Wh Grack - Judy Washington (Lynnhave n) 6.7; Tony 
;^^l^mihg (Courthouse) 6 2 

'^ 7th Grade - Elfreada Gregory (Hermitage) 6.5; 
ivid Cooke (Williams) 6.0 
SHUTTLE RUN 
c% 4th Grade - Beverly Smith (Luxford) 9.2; Warren 
^Go6S (Williams) 6.8 

35 5th Grade - Yvonne Owens (Cooke) 9.6; Earl 
^feckley (Williams) 9.4 

^ ^ Grade - Leonthea Carrington (Courthouse) 9.2; 
f^Johnny Mitchell (Kings Grant) 8.8 
]* 7th Grade - Shirley Cooper ( Courthouse) 9.2 ; Vernon 

iVPajotlna (Pembroke Meadows) 8.4 

ZI eob YARD RUN 

:£n 4th Grade - Eunice Forbes (Kingston) 1:51.2; Kelly 

:$^TiitehurSt 'Npwton) 1:48.7 

:^: IHh Grade - Thadine Fajans tBrookwood) 1:48.9; 

^^t^mll Cason (Pembroke Meadows) 1:43.5 

v^: tth Grade - Bridget te (iomer (Kingston) 1:44.3; 

gRoosevelt Wells (Seatack) 1:36.7 

"> 7th Grade - Diana Land (Princess Anne) 1:41.9; 

:>J(^n Swingle CHioroughgood) 1:29.8 

:> STANDING BROAD JUMP 

>: 4th Grade - Joyce Boone (Newtown) 6'4V^"; An- 

r-lhooy Fisher (Creeds) 6'7»/2" 

■:-:^h Grade - Felina Kellman (Lynnhaven) 7*4^8"; 

:3ichard Bish (Thalia) 7'3" 



of the grades par- 
ticipating. Newton 
BSementary School won 
the 4th grade title, 
Kingston won the 5th 
grade championship, and 



Thoroughgood woii the 
6th and 7th grade crowns. 
Seven events were 
held. First and second 
place winners in each 
event are listed below. 



6th Grade - Margaret Palmer (Thorou^good) 
7'8Vfe" (a new record); Lino Kimi (Lynnhaven) 8'0" 

7th Grade - Bemadette Mosley (Kemps Landing) 
8'%"; Duane Morris (Pembroke) 8'4" 

JUMP AND REACH 

4th Grade - Margie Scheurich (Trantwood) 17V4"; 
Terry Gray (Lynnhaven) 18^'' 

5th Grade - Terry Joshua (Linkhorn) 22^8" (new 
record); Jonathan Angeles (Shelton Park) 19^4" 

6th Grade - Renee HoUoman (Williams) 2AW\ 
Mark Dennis (Linkhorn) 22%" 

7th Grade - Beverly Burton (Courthouse) 25»^"; 
John Kofa (Windsor Woods) 'XJW 

ROPE SKIP 

4th Grade - Kelly Brady (Thoroughgood) 189; David 
McWhorter (Kingston) 182 

5th Grade - Diane Wilder (Thoroughgood) 204; Joey 
Barnes (Kingston) 203 

6th Grade - Susan Jaeger (Thoroughgood) 221; 
Ronnie Royals (Williams) 221 

7th Grade Pam Brady (Thoroughgood) 231 (new 
record); DonneU Gilchrist (Newtovra) 228 

PULL UPS 

4th Grade - Louis Mungin (Pembroke 22 

5th Grade - Jimmy Taylor (Linkhorn) 22 

6th Grade - Oscar WUder (Newtown) 21 

7th Gracte - Lance Fairly (Kingston) 36 ' 

GRADE LEVEL CHAMPIONS 

4th Grade - Newtown - 21 »^ points 

5th Grade - Kingston - 22 points 

ah Gra<te - Thoroughgood - 25>/^ points 

7th Grade - Thoroughgood - 30>^ points 

CITY - Jhoroughgood - 74 points 




Bayside Junior High 
School won its third 
strai^t Virginia Beach 
Junior High Track and 
Field Tmimament by a 
surprisingly big margin. 
Bayside's final point 
spread was 63 points 
above runner-up Plaza 
Junior High, llie tour- 
nament totals were 
Bayside 102, Plaza 39, 
Kempsville 37, and 
Virginia Beach 24. 

The win gave Bayside 
both the regular season 
championship and the 
City Tournament title. 
This is the second 
straight undefeated 
season for the team. 

Jerry Mosley emerged 
as the standout per- 
former in the tour- 



nament. The Bayside 
athlete finished first in 
the broad jump, first in 
the 100-yard dash, first in 
the 220, and was a 
member of the winning 
400 relay team. The 10.0 
second flat time in tte 100 
gave Bayside and Mc»ley 
a new City record. 

Many other performers 
turned in stellar per- 
formances. Plaza's 
Charles Skipper wrni the 
shot event jdth a new 
City record heave of 
51 '6>^". Skipper also 
finished third in the 
discus competition. 

Terry Baily of Bayside 
won the high jump wiUi a 
City record jump of 5'9". 
Plaza's Gene Efird tossed 
the discus 153'8>i" for a 
first place finish and a 



new City recOTd. G^^ 
Harrington of Bayside set 
a new City record and 
won ttw pole vault event 
with a jtunpof 10'6". 

Bayside's Dennis &ieed 
was a member of the 
winning 440 relay team, 
finished third in the 220, 
fourth in the broad jump% 
competition, and fourth 
in the 100. Merell Hinton 
of Virginia Beach Junior 
High won the 180 low 






hurdle with a time o^.2 

seconds and finik^ 

second in both the 100 al 

the 220. Plaza's Bill Slli- 

midt set a new C»y 

record when he won the 

880 with a 2:07.2 time and 

won the mile with a 4: 55.5 

time. 

TEAM RESULTS 

Bayside -.^ 

Plaza 39 

Kempsville .37 

Virginia Beach ♦124 

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Joe Roenker is ranked 
with nation's rbi leaders 



Joe Roenker, a 
graduate of Princess 
Anne High School, is 
ranked fifth among the 
nation's junior college 
ninij!-b?tted-in lfta<1ers. 



Playing for the College 
of The Albemarle in 
Elizabeth City, North 
Carolina, he has 44 rbi's, 
just eight behind the 
nation's leader. Roenker 
has batted 95 times in 31 



games this season. In 
contrast, ih& top junior 
college RBI man in the 
country has batted 213 
times in 54 games. 

Ro enker has 4)kye 
key role in helping his 
team compile a 27-6 
season record. As a team, 
the College of The 
Albemarle is ranked 
second in the country in 
hitting with a .337 team 
batting average. 



Schools plan two 
track field days 



Two city-wide physical 
education field (kys will 
be held in the next ten 
days for Virginia Beach 
Public School students. 

The 11th annual 
Virginia Beach . City 
Physical Education 
I^ck Meet, for 8tt), 9th 
and 10th grade students, 
will be held at Floyd 
Kellam High School 
Friday, May 25, begin- 
ning at 5:30 p.m. Six days 
later, on May 31, the 6th 
annual Virginia Beach 
City Public Schools 
Special Education Field 
Day for trainable and 
educable mentally 
handicapped students, 
will be conducted at 
Redwing Park from 10 

Bayside atiiletic 
banquet Tuesday 

Bayside High School 
will hold its Spring 
AUiletic Banquet in the 
school cafeteria on 
Tuesday. Following the 7 
p.m. dinner, awards will 
be given to the out- 
standing Marlin athletes. 



a.m. to 1 p.m. 

Both events are 
deigned to afford the 
students an opportunity 
to compete in physicid 
education activities on 
their own level against 
students with com- 
parable abilities. 

Approximately 450 
students from 35 diffo'ait 
classes will participate in 
the special education 
field day at Redwing 
Park, and some 250 junior 
and senior high school 
students from the ten 
Virginia Beach secon- 
dary schools are 
scheduled to take part in 
the track meet at Kellam 
High School 



INDIVIDUAL RESULTS ... 

BORAD JUMP - Jerry Mosley (Bayside) 19' i^\ 
Robinson (Bayside); Knox (Bayside); Sneed 
(Bayside); Willard (Kempsville). ' 

SHOT - Charles Skipper (Plaza) 51' 6V2 " (New Qty 
Record); Shoemuke (Bayside); Jones (Bayside); 
Rivas (Kempsville); Rogers (Plaza). . 

HIGH JUMP ■ Terry DaUy (Bayside) 5' 9' (?4ew 
aty Record); Brock (Kempsville); Riley (Bayside); 
Williams (Bayside); Kohler (Kempsville). 

880 -Bill Schmidt (Plaza) 2:07.2 (New City Record) ; 
Robertson (Bayside); Eustin (Bayside); Britt 
(Bayside); Lee (Kempsville). 

180 LOW HURDLES - Merell Hinton (Virgmu 
Beach) 21.2;* Spella (Bayside); Johnston (Kemp 
sville); CoUahan (Plaza); WiUiams (Bayside). 

100 - Jerry Mosley (Bayside) 10.0 (New Oty 
Record); Hinton (Virginia Beach); Robinson 
(Bayside); Sneed (Bayside); Johnston (Kempsvijlp). 

DISCUS - Gene Efird (Plaza) 153' %W' (New Hty 
Record); Teager (KempsvUle); Skipper (Plai^); 

dea iPlazah Mastrangeli^CBayside^— — 

POLE VAULT - Greg Harrington (Bayside) 10' 6" 
(New City Record); Tregethen (Plaza) 10' 6"; 
Wilbum (Bayside); Gallop (Bayside); Thompson 
(Kempsville). . . 

MILE RELAY -James Brookman, Alan Bufton, Pat 
Barber, Buddy Coston (Bayside) 3:50.5; Kemps^tiUe 
3:51; Virginia Beach 3:56.2. 

MIU: - BiU Schmidt (Plaza) 4:55.5; Robertson 
(Bayside); Lee (Kempsville); Tolison (Bayside); 
Beardslee (Virginia Beach) . 

440 RELAY - Dennis Sneed, Jerry Mosley, Bjitch 
Robinson, James Brookman (Bayside) 46.4, Ken^ 
sville 48.8; Plaza 49.8. , 

440 - Leon Lawson (Vii^inia Beach) 55.4; Jones 
(Kempsville); Freeman (Bayside); Davis (Kemp- 
sville); Kohler (Kempsville). 

220 - Jerry Mosley (Bayside) 22.9; Hinton (Virginia 
Beach); Sneed (Bayside) ; Larson (Bayside) ; Jenkins 
(Kempsville). ' 



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A LrrrtE dVER zealous in taking the cookie. AUx partakes of Stavy 
Bivgess's hand ai well. Maybe Alix should return to obedience school for lessons 
in table manners. 

Banjo is judged top 
Irish Setter in show^ 



Banjo w(Hi the Best Iris 
Setter in the Show ribbon 
last Saturday in the 

Virginia Beach Dog 
Training Class's 
Obedience Fun Match 
and Irish Setter Show at 

Barfy-Robinson Higli 
School. Banjo is owned by 
Elain Sawyer. 



William Taylor's 
Goldra Retriever won the 
Sub-Novice ribbon, and 
Bedlington Terrier owned 
by Isabel Reichenbach 
won the Novice ribbon. 
The Graduate Novice 
winner was a Shetland 
Sheep Dog owned by 
Janice Calvert. Dorn 
Lombard's German 



Sheep Dog took Utility 
honors. 

A Pembrolte Welch 
Corgi won the Open 
compeition. Showed by 
the trainer, Mrs. Tinitti, 
the dog scored the highest 
number of points in the 
show. Ovei^lwr entries" 
were competing in the 
combined show. 



Bayside second in track 



Bayside finished in the 
nitmer-up spot in the 
Eastern District Track 
Meet last week, five 
points behind winner 
Lake Taylor. Itie Marlins 
scored 43 points, but the 
Titans of Lake Taylor 
won it with 48. 

"~ First Colonial finished 

in fourth place with 31 

points. The Patriots were 

the defending champions. 

' ReccHrds were set by two 

''■ Beach pwroraiersr "Gwt 

isM^homore Brian Gilpin 

. set the high jump record 

^ with a leap oi 23 feet. The 

;' Gilpin jump iMToke the old 

;: record, set in 1959, by 

• eight inches. 

;; Bayside's Barry 

'; Monteiro set a new 

: : District record in the 880. 

:'■ Monteiro covered the 

course in 1:56.6 during 

the semifinals for his 

,: 'record. In the finals, he 

won the event with a time 

^ 1:47.6. The Marlin 

speedster also won the 

District mile 

•thamiimiship with atime 

:of 4:23.4. 

-: First Colonial's Brian 
: Williams walked off with 

two District titles. He 
iytm the pole vault with a 
.k3'4" effort and then 
^finished ahead of the 

pack in the high hurdles 
.with a time of 14.6 
;secon(te. 

Roscoe Coles won the 
MO with a time of 49.2 
feconds, and Larry 
:%aiiy)man wot the two 
littifle evoit with a time of 
rHi:46.3. Ttie two Bayside 



winners gave the Marlins 
a total of four District 
titles. 

TEAM SCORES 

Lake Taylor 48 

BAYSIDE 43 

Norview 35 

FIRST COLONIAL 31 

eOX 2 7 

Maury 17 

KEMPSVILLE 16 

PRINCESS ANNE 9 

Granby 8 

KELLAM 6 
Washington ~^ — ^Mj 



COLONIAL); 
ville (M). 



Basker- 



100: Williams (LT) 
10.0; COLES 
(BAYSIDE); Hilton (M). 

MILE: MONTEIRO 
(BAYSIDE) 4:23.4; 

RHINEHART (COX); 
SAWYER (KEMP- 
SVILLE). 

440: COLES 
(BAYSIDE) 49.2; Walton 
(LT); ANDERSON 
(COX). — - 



INDIVIDUAL RESULTS 

LONG JUMP: GILPIN 
(COX( 23'0", a new 
record; Williams (LT); 
COLES (BAYSIDE) 

SHOT: Joyner (N) 
51'7"4 Brown (LT); 
HUton (M). 

HIGH JUMP: Rose (N) 
6'1"; DALEY (PA); 
CRABTREE (KEMP- 
SVILLE). 

TRIPLE JUMP: 
WRIGHT (FIRST 
COLONIAL) 44' 7>^"; 
Williams (LT); Harvey 
(N). 

POLE VAULT: 
WILLIAMS (FIRST 
COLONIAL) 13'4"; Dunn 
(LT); Harris (G). 

DISCUS: Brown (LT) 
143'9"; WILLIE (B); 
Fatherly (N). 

HIGH HURDLES: 
WILLIAMS (FIRST 
COLONIAL) 14.6; 
WRIGHT (FIRST 



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INTERMEDIATE 
HURDLES: Sweatt (N) 
40.2, a record; Harries 
(G); FRIEND (PRIN- 
CESS ANNE). 

880: MONTEIRO 
(BAYSIDE) 1:57.6; 
HARRELL (COX); 
Edmonds (N). 

220: Williams (LT) 
22.2, a record; COLES 
(BAYSIDE); Hilton (M). 

TWO MILE: CHAP- 
MAN (BAYSIDE) 9:46.3; 
SAWYER (KEMP- 
SVILLE); Goldsbury 
(M). 

Met Park 
outing for 
Sports Club 

The Virginia Beach 
Sports Club will have an 
outing at Met Park wi 
Tuesday, June 5th. A 6 
p'm. dinner in the 
Diamond Club, which is 
located directly behind 
and above home plate, 
will start the evening for 
members, friends, and 
guests of the Club. 

Box seats to the 7:30 
p.m. Tides game are 
priced at $2 each. Tickets 
are available at tlR gate, 
but those desiring dinner 
reservati(»is should make 
them in advance by 
calling 853-5050. 

The Virginia Beach 
^rts Club meets for 
lunch every Tu^day at 
12:30 p.m. in the Ocean 
Hearth Restaurant. All 
local sportsmen are in- 
vited to attsid and to ^in 
the (NTganization. 



Princess Anne retains , 
State golf championship 



The State scholastic 
golf title is staying in 
Vii^inia Beach for at 
least another year. With a 
very stnmg final day 
round. Princess Anne 
coasted to their second 
straight State cham- 
pitm^ip. 

Hie Cavaliers led by 
just iHie strdce over title- 
minded Kempsville after 
the first round Monday. 
Princess Anne's four- 
man team turned in cards 
totaling 297 strokes. 
Kempsville was right 
behind with its 296 team 
total. 

Tuesday, the closing 
day of ttie match at Lake 
Wright Golf Cmirse, was 
the day that the bottom 
fell out for Kempsville. 
While the (Cavaliers were 
touring the course with a 
blistei^ 292 team score, 
the Chiefs were ex- 
periencing one of their 
worst days ever. Kemp- 
sville finished the final 
round with a 314-stroke 
team score. 

Kempsville, who was 
-«q>ected to be the team^ 
that could upset PriiKess 
Anne's title hopes this 
year, finished in third 
place, 23 strokes behind 
the victc»ious Cavaliers. 
The poor Kempsville 
round Tuesday enabled 
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with a 609 team score. 
J.R. Tucker was third, 
after the first day of play, 
four strokes behind 
Kempsville. 

Richard Tucker of 
Princess Anne turned in 
the lowest card of the 
tourney. He posted two 
round scores of 73 and 72 
for a 36-hole total of 145 
and won medalist honors. 
After Monday's action, 
Tucker was sixth in the 
standings, but his par 72 
final round moved him to 



the State inidvidual 
championship. 

Tucker had not been 
considered to be a 
medalist contender. The 
experts had predicted 
that Princess Anne's 
Curtis Strange would win 
the honor. If not strange, 
then defending medalist 
Bill Sibbick of Mar- 
tinsville, Nolan Fine of 
Maury, Skeeter Health of 
Bethel, or Rober Savage 
of Kempsville. 

Tucker, a consistent 
performer all season for 



the Cavaliers, proved the 
prognosticators wrong. 
Leo Anthony, the 
Princess Anne golf coach, 
was doubly haf^y after 
his team's repeat win. It 
would have been enough 
just to have his team 
reclaim the State 
chamiMonship. But the 



Richard Tucker win was 

the icing on his cake. 
Tucker, a sophomore, 
will be back, and Coach 

Anthony was enjoying the 
thought of having a State 

champion leading his 
team for the next two 
years. 



RESULTS 

PRINCESS ANNE (589) - Richard Tucker 73-72— 
145, Curtis Strange 74-74—148, Allan Strange 77-71 — 
148, Phil Stewart 73-75—148. 

J.R. TUCKER (609) - Jeff Flax 71-76- 147. Glenn 
Multin 74-73-147, Eddie Robinson 75-78-153, Don 
Miller 82-80-162. 

KEMPSVILLE (612) — David Cullen 75-81-156, 
Bruce Parris 78-78-156, Bill Savage 71-82-153, Roger 
Savage 74-73—147. 

THOMAS DALE (623) — Kevin Canada 74-74—148, 
Keith Taunton 73-80-153, Jay Huff 83-78-161, CJeorge 
Emerson 80-81—161. 

ALBEMARLE (629) -John Holy 84-73- 157, Jack 
Snyder 73-74-148, Scott Duncan 81-76—157, Tim 
Reynolds 89-78-167. 

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Coyer 79-8^162. 

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Tim Kirkpatrick 78-86-164, Don Armstrong 84-80— 
164, Chris Caulfield 74-84—159. 

PATRICK HENRY (651)-John Frye 81-86-167, 
Kirby Kidd 76-76-152, Steve Baker 79-84-163, Ric 
Heineman 78-91—169 



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Aietervtag ywng gW pent tnote to the GIrto* Oiap 
Fiind Committee hoping she'll be selected to attend 
canip ttiis summer. (Sun photo by Helen Crist) 



By HELEN CRIST 

Sun Staff Writer 

"Let's just say that this 
is in memory of an un- 
ftiifilled dream of my 
youth," the middle-aged 
woman said, as ^e took 
pen in hand and wrote a 
(ihech; to said a needy 
young girl to camp this 
•ummer. 

Tlie woman explained. 

"It was my burning 
desire to go to icamp whoi 
I was a youi^ster. But 
those were depression 
days and there wasn't 
My money." 

"My best friend was 
more fortunate. As I 
watched her pack a 
•uitcase for a moith's 
vacation at a plurii New 
Hampshire camp, I can 
itiUt feel the ache and 
envy that stabbed my 
irtiole being." 

There weren't, in those 
days, such jvorthy 
programs as the Girls' 
Camp Fund Committee, 
towliich the woman was 
giving her check. 



lliis c(Hnmittee, b^un 
by Bfrs. B«i Paul Snyder 
24 years a^ and which 
she still directs, has 
raised enougli money to 
send over 14,000 needy 
young girls to camp since 
1949. 

They hope to top last 
year's figure of 800 
camp^v. Already, over 
400 requests have come to 
Mrs. Frances Wood, 
placemoit director. She 
lives at 772 DeLaura 
Lane, Virginia Beach. 

Mrs. Wood screens 
requests that come from 
many sources: School 
principals, welfare 
agencies. Juvenile and 
Domestic Relations 
Cmirts, Child and Family 
Service, foster parents. 
Tidewater Association 
fm* Retarded Children, 
Virginia Society for 
Crippled Children, 
poverty programs. 
Salvation Army, Union 
Mission, church groi4>s, 
servicemm's grotq», and 
chajdahn. 



Itepublican candidate Knox Burdiett 
daims Nixon innocent in Watergate 



iThe Republican Party of VU-ginia Beach last 
Fi^day night selected Knox Burchett, 1412 Dunstan 
Lane, as party candidate for election to the House of 
D^egates. 

Burchett was placed into nomination by the Party 
wmimating committee at a mass meeting held at the 
Americana Motel Convention Center. He was unop- 
posed for the candidacy. 



Blood pressure 
tests offered 



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lilitary Circle will be 
a^Ie to have their blood 
pi^ssure checked free of 
charge on May 24, 25 and 
26(. 

pn these days, a 
Community Hyper- 
feiisicm Evaluation Clinic 
(GHEC) will be con- 
ducted at the mall to 
adreen residents for high 
blood pressure. The 
clinic wiU be sponsored by 
CIBA Pharmaceuti- 
cal Company and the 
Tidewater Heart 
Associatim. It will be 
open from noon until 11 
p.m. Thursday and 
Friday, and from 10 a.m. 
to 6 p.m. on Saturday. 

During these hpurs 
dioppen may have ttiair 



blood pressure taken by^ 
one of the clinic's staff. 
When the reading is 
deemed too high for the 
weight and age of that 
person, he will be advised 
to consult his physician. 
Everyone tested will be 
given a card with his or 
her blood pressure 
reading shown, along 
with a message ex- 
plaining the screening 
program, to be given to 
his or her private 
physician. 

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million Americans have 
high blood pressure, 
among half of whom the 
condition exists un- 
(tetected. For more in- 
fwmation, contact your 
Heart Association at Ki7- 
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As a House Delegate, Burchett would seek some sort 
of legislati(»i to force elected officials to reveal theu- 
assets and liabilities, as well as sources of revenue, in 
an effort to restore some faith Ui public servante. 

"The general public has ttie tendency to suspect the 
public servant of bemg connected with {n-ivate 
business concerns, and dishonesty, in general," 
Burchett said. "Only occasionally do you read about 
an official who has been caught douig somethmg 
dishonest." 

Burchett believes Watergate has "caused the 
average citizen to become suspicious of all can- 
didates, regardless of party." However, this will not 
have much effect on elections m Virginia, Burchett 
says, "because the Republican Party had nothing tp 
do with the Watergate break-ins. It was only a small 
group within the Conunittee to Elect the President" 

Burchett does not bdieve ttw Preiidrat was hi any 
way connected with Watei^te and he advocates 
change in the law "to prot^t tiie office of the 
Presi(^t from such accusatiims. 

"Even though there may be evidence that he (the 
President) is guilty of some crime, until he is tried for 
that crime, there should be no public accusations," 
Burchett said. "Not only i$ the leadenhip and the 
future of the country at stake, I don't see how the 
President could ever get a fair trial now." 

"The system is that you're not 8iq}posed to release 
aU the evidence until the trial" he said. "We should 
give the same |x-otecti(Hi to ttie Presidmt as y/e have 
given to E^sberg and Rouss^lL" ^_„ . 

In drawhig an analogy of Watergate to the Ellsberg 
case, Burchett says that while Ellsberg was ad- 
mittedly guilty, he was released on a technicality in 
ttie obtainhig of evMmce. In the Presidoit's casa, 
Burchett feds he should be tried if it appears he is 
guilty, but "if he were to be tried now, ttiore is so much 
publicized evidence — tha:«'s no way in the world he 
could get a fair trial." 

At the state level, Burchett calls tw a greater cross 
secti(m of citizens in Uie House of Delegates. He feds it 
is unrepresentative fcHTsudi a large po-centage of the 
House to be composed of lawyers. 

BurclMtt, an engineer for Lone Star Industries and 
an eight-year resident of Vhrghiia Beach, has been 
active in the Vhr^nia Beach Republican Party for six 
years and a member of the State Central Committee of 
the Republican Party. He is also dhrector of the 
Vurginia Beach Chambo' of Commerce Committee of 
100, treasurer of the Thoroughgood PTA and president 
of the Thoroughgood avic League. 

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ptoffotti includes girls 
from 7 to 13 years of age, 
of any race or creed, 
some of whom are 
handicapped - all of 
whom are needy. 

As for fees, |75 will 
send one girl to camp for 
two weeks; $37.50, for oi» 
week; $27.50 for five 
days; $11 for two days; 
$5.50 for one day. 

The season starts June 
25. The last period begins 



August 10. 

There are many sitra 
on the list, including 
Camp Civitan, Camp 
Nansemond, Camp 
Unkhom, Hunter YMCA 
Camp, Union Mission, 
Macemie Wood Camp, 
Faith Bible Camp. N.C. 

And what of the young 
^l8...do they a^redate 
it? 

Mrs. Wood supplied us 
with letters from the 
youi^ campers. Some of 
them said in part: 



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"What I like best is 
vs^CT we stay overnight. 
Camp is where people go 
and enjoy ttieir self;" 

"...Camp Owaissa is a 
place of Happteess. I like 
Camp Owaissa bwause 
at school ymi have to do a 
lot of work but not at 
Camp Owaissa;" k^ 

"...I like camp because 
we get to go swimming in 
the swimming pool. And 
go swimming at the 
beach. And then the bell 
rings we have to go sonte 
place else;" 

"...I like it because I 



make new friends. We do 
lots of fun things, we have 
swimming, art, archery 
and loto 0^ other stuff.,.I 
wish camp was longer;" 
"...I know everycMie in 
our tribe(4) and I made 
more than 3 new friends." 

And fuially..."! wisht 
ev^ girl could have a 
chanct like me." 

It's Just a checkbook 
and a pen away. The 
address: Girls' Camp 
Fimd Ccnnmittee, P.O. 
Box 600, Norfolk, Va., 
23501, Ralph A. 
Hedg^)eth, treasurer. 



The Virginia Beach 
Economic Development 
Department has won a 
top award for an in- 
dustrial brochure, "You 
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Other One!" 

Ilie award, best of 
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was given by the 
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Development Council 
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feroice iii New Orleans. 



Category Fmir includes 
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by cities for the purpose 
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(histry. 

A. James DeBellis is 
director of the depart- 
ment of Economic 
Development. Walter N. 
Alford is coordinator for 
the Industrial 
Development Division. 

Virginia Beach was the 
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centers eft Influence — moteto, offkies. bmlw, sic. We tfao 
send cof:^ to definite tHjyers retocating hwe who are 
referred to us by our national network of NatkMial Multl UM 
Service members. 

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SUN CLASSIFIED 

MRSLHEUiUVr JOINS PEMBROKE 




Professional member- 
riiips held by Mrs. Helfant 
Include the National 
Association of Real Estate 
Boards, Virginia 
Association of Realtors, 
National Itntitute of Real 
Estate Bnktn and the 
Tidewater Builders 



Association. She ' is 
secretary of the Portsmouth 
Board of Realtors. 

Mrs. Hdfant attended the 
Tidewater Community 
College and Old Oomioicm 
University. Slw resides in 
Virgbiia Beach vdth her 
husband. 



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PrvfesddpM'^ r«ducation 
and recognition of women in 
the real eittate profession is 
the .Ufti.A^^ Women's 
Council, National 
^Usociation of Real Estate 
Boards. Founded in 1938, 
Ais orgaiuzatia^ was form- 
ed as an auxiliary to 
NAHEB, not as a seperate 
organization, but as a part. 
the Tidewater Chapter, 
headed by Joan Gifford, 
President, boasts 72 
iiembers made up of 
women in Jirf real estate 
business. 

At monthly meedngs. a 
program is planned dealtaig 
with varwHS amwets of real 
estate of impcM-tance to the 
women, nich as law, ethics, 
salesmanshiD, finaifice, etc. 
The Women's Council 
provides a better op- 
portuni^ ibr womeD in real : 
e^te to participate at all 
levels-local, state and 
national. Women often «iter 
die real estate field with 
little or no business 
background. The Council 
provides the opportunity for 
its members on all levels to 
diare tl^ common ex- 
periences and problems, 
and in ttie sharing, derive 
assistance and advice from 
one another, particularly 



successful women in the 
real estate profession. 
Women's Council is anothCT 
strong arm of local boards, 
and chapters talce their 
place along with other 
divisions as an integral 
part, gaining respect and 
recognition for their 
members. Participation in 
Council activities 
stimulates competitive 
leadership and recognition- 
-a vital asset in almost any 
business. 

The Tidewater Chapter 
draws members from 
Vicsinia Beach, Norfolk and 
Portsmouth, and limits its 
membership only to 
"women vAm are associated 
with a firm that aUdes by 
the Realtor's Code of Ethics 
and is a monber of the local 
Board of Realtors", says 
Mrs . Gifford. Thi s ygirJhg 
women have chosen to 
bmefit the Girl's Club of 
Norfolk, Inc. as a com- 
munity project. They 
sponsored the first night 
opoiing of "Camelot", at 
the Tidewater Dinner 
Theatre on May 22. 
Proceeds will contrit>ute to 
the building of a pool at the 
Girl's Club, located on 
Azalea Garden Rd. 



Richard Ej. Ollvierl, 
president, of 1 Pembroke 
Realty k UsurtoM Agency, 
Inc., Vfargiaa |tea<^-t»sed 
firm ana^pced the ap^ 
pointmcnt pi Mrs. Dorcas 
Helfant I to their 
organizatira's oommercial 
and real estate depwtm«it. 

Mrs. ^fant, a rative of 
PortsmouUi, Virginia was 
formerly Reridential Sales 
Manager for a realty firm in 
that city. She will be 
specializing in land sales. 



One of the proudest 
achievements at the Coincil 
last ynar wa» to have two of 
its members dueen top 
salesmen. Frances Hedge, 
Urasan Realty Cbrp. was 
named "Salennan of The 
Year" for Virginia Beach, 

I AoeiaiQB \-. 
Albergotti k Cox., Inc. 
received the same bmior in 
Norfolk. BoUi are members 
of the Three-Quarter- 
Million-Douar 9^ Club, 
having sirid over $900,000 
each in real estate. 

Mrir Gifford sums up the. 

purpoM of the Womoi's 
Council in its motto, "Leara 
More To Swve Better." 



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^ 4316 Viiiiiiia Beach BM. 
Virginia Baach^Va. 23452 




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'■ Eighteen years of growth 
are reflected is; a new 
Larasan look Recent ex- 
pansion of personnel andi 
services ha^e required 
Larasan .BVaKy ^ 
Insurance Corporation to 
expand into two offices at 
Princess Anne Plaza. The 
>ap>d growth of the 
Property Maiiagunent 
Division and the InsuraiKe 
Division necessitated they 
move to a ^Mrat#«^e^<> , 
the shon>ing cento* at 3SS3 
Virginia Beach Boulevard. 
Larasan Realty Sales, 
Investment Division and the 
Administrative staff remain 
under the same roof at 3401 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, 



The buildine, however, is 
getting a face lift and will 
have an all new exterior. 
When completed, the 
building will have a sand- 
stone, eotiiemporary liook. 
Inside, theoffic^M^e b^sm 
completely reti^fii^d me^ 
enlarged. A cheerful gold 
and white color scheme is 
vvied tliroughout the in- 
terior. 

Mr. Lawrrace A. Sancilio, 
PV^4H|l^laad> Mr: Frank 
Spal^dea, Vice President, 
have individually designed 
and decorated offices. Mr. 
Sancilio's office features a 
mural by Kenneth Harris 
show,i|tg the history of 
Larai^n in beaugfi;^ £>tt|r. 



tones. Mr. Spadea!s office is 
dramatie and exciting in 
bold reds, black and ««ite. 
Larasan 's personnel now 
number over one hundred; 

'fl^diy, pfotBsslornls wiw 
«)Joy helping people. 

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kind of piece . 

A very livable freedom. That's 
life at Lake Edward. The freedom 
of time. Garnished with the beauty 
of your own lake and beautiful 
cedar shake exterior. A spacious 
swimming pool. Clulihouse with 
every convenience. Inside your 
luxurious apartment there's wall- 
to-wall carpeting, large refrigera- 
tor, dishwasher and disposal. 

D 3 BEDROOMS WITH 2 BATHS 
D 2 BEDROOMS WITH 1% BATHS 
D 1 BEDROOM ONLY $175 
including water and gas. ^ 

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live in a very special kind of place. 

Nawtown and Baksr Roid. Viq^nts Bsacii, V». 
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857-6747 


• Bob Frohlich 


489-4399 


• Sylvia Grohann 


497-8239 


• Helen Huff 


423-0940 


* Jeanette Lane 


853-3598 


• Jeanne AAcElroy 


587-8933 


e Dot McNeil 


489-1024 


e Gypsy Montagna 


587-7788 


e Ida Ogletree 


587-4846 


e Ted Paulin 


583-4078 


e Eleanor Powell 


853-8869 


e Shirley Schulwolf 


853-4036 


e Mary Teck 


423-2121 


e Jane Young 

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e David W««ter 


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587-8216 


e Barbara Young, Rent. 


Mgr. 




425-3832 




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batht, larg* family room, dguMt garagt, f Ira^taca, 
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RENTAL DEPARTMENT ... 583-1801 

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FOR SALE 



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TO YOilR NEEDS AND DESIRES. 

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Mu[tij^ Listing Service, and ccni 
pl(3fiCeyou in any area of your 
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AND WE WILL START ACTION 
FOR YOU. 

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2lil4-A Pleoture House Rd. 
^B^MM* Va. Beach, Va. 23455 




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;-- Virginia Beadi in the 
'.'summertime ... a city and a 
!- season meant for each 
;!other. Hot summer sunshine 
; beams down on 28 mUes of 
i^sand and surf as happy, 
'^laughing vacationers share 
>the beach, share the sun- 
' shine and share that special 

get-away-from-it-all feel 

: ing. It's a city and its people 

^Ton vacation. A carefree 

;rcelebration where 

•; tomorrow brings just one 

more fun-filled day. 
Spring has reawakened 
;• this resort city and summer 
;! gives it life. Temperatures 
:« are in the mid-70's, the skies 

I are clear and sunny while 
*^the ocean remains cool and 
^refreshing. Waves range 
t^from toddl«--safe along the 
;^ shore to tall surfing crests 
>out b^ood. And the beach 
:1 this year is wider, the sand 
It'W^ito- and more plentiful 
;'than ever. 

^ Beyond the beadi, the city 

II itself comes alive in the 
5 ^summer. Vacationers can 

<; browse through interesting 

^; shops and exotic boutiques, 

*l dine (m fresh seafood at fine 

$ restaurants and tour local 

K nightclubs, parks and 

•^historical attractions — all 

i^withbiQiecity limiU. 

!j In the summertime, as in 

>any seaswi, Virginia Beach 

;« is for everyone. The young 

: twill enjoy bike rides down 

;| the boardwalk, cotton candy 

;|and, fund rides at the 

4 amusement park, a picnic 

^ in a nearby park — not to 

-t Mention riding the waves of 

tm^ AtlMtic and buUding 

f"sandcastles on the beach. 

If fishing is Dad's sport, 

I4ie can cast off right along 

jkhe shoreline for some fine 

>diurf fishing or be can take 



advantage of the many 
nearby piers. Deepsea 
fishing expeditions are 
always popular and char- 
tered boats will take en- 
thusiasts out into the Gulf 
Stream where the big 
catches are waiting. If it's 
fresh fish you're after, the 
City's Back Bay region and 
numerous lakes sport 
largemouth bass big enough 
to l»-ae about. , 

Golf, tennis, anyone? 
Virginia Beach has five 1»- 
hole public championship 
golf coiaves and 72 tennis 
courts. A day's outing can 
be planned for the entire 
famUy at Virginia Beadi's 
Red Wing Park and Golf 
Course. Dad can eajoy t|ie 
challenge of the cham- 



pionship coiffse with its 
7,007-yard layout and its 10 
bole protected Iqr water, 
whUe the rert of the family 
can take advantage of the 
Parii's tennis cowts. soft- 
ball field, children's 
playgroind and picnic area. 
And visitors of all ages 
will enjoy siChtsering in 
Virginia Beadi ak»g the 
City's self-guided motor 
tour. Starting at any point, 
vacatkmers can drive to 
seven nationally known 
landmarks including 
America's oldest standing 
brick home and the landing 
site where the first English 
settlers came ashore in 
America. Of qiedal interest 
oo the tour is Seashore State 
Park with its 2,770 acres of 
outstanding varieties of 
plant life, its nature trails 
and interpretive museum. 
And in Virginia Beach, 
■omething is always just 
about to hanien. A wide 
range of activities have 
been scheduled to take 
place in the city this sum- 
mer beginning with the 12th 
Annual Virginia Beach 
Music Festival, June 18-21. 
Over 3,000 students 
representing 22 school 
bands from 11 sUtes gather 
here to play in a 2-day round 
of competitions open to the 
public. Highlighting the 
festivities will be a grand 
parade down Atlantic 
Avenue complete with a 
crash of cymbals and roll of 
drums guaranteed to line 
the street with vacationers. 
Later in the month from 
June 21-25, the annual 



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Boardwalk Art Show will be 
hdd in Virginia Bead) for 
the lath year. Five huodred 
artists from 27 states and 
Canada wUI display their 
paintings, prtots. acrylics, 
sculpture and hand-turned 
pottery during the S-day 
show. It's an taifuraal affair 
with residents, vacatk>ners 
and artisU all mingling 
along the boardwalk as they 
view the wide array of 
artwork. mM. tA which is 
availaUe for sale. 

And in late August, 
Vtafinia Beach is the only 
irtace for a sinfcr to be. 
Tliey come from all over, 
10,000-14,000 a day, to watch 
the East Coast Surfing 
Championship held August 
25-26. Three hundred 
amateurs uid proa — men 
and women — ci»npeting, 
waiting for that one big 
wave to ride in for top prizes 
and^ry. 

Vii^ia Btech in the 
summer is fun for all ages, 
all season k»g. For teens 
and young adults, it's 
surfing, dancing and 
soaking up the simshine. 
For the youngsters, it's the 
ocean, parks and 
playgrounds. Adults eajoy 
the fine seafood restaurants 
and nightclubs, the golf, 
fishing and resort at- 
mosphere. For every<me it's 
28 miles of dean unin- 
terrupted sand and surf. 



BUYING 

OR 
SELLING? 




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BEACH 



CHESAPEAKE BEACI4- 3 bedroom, 1 H bcr^ brick 
home, 3 bk>ck» to beach. 
Mrs. Cohoon. 48M506, 42S4870. 

tYNNWOOD- Just listwl nic» brick ron^ v^^tK 4 
bedrooms, 2Vi baths nestled In Ihe tr«M. 

Coll Didt Jones. 481-6506. 340-8441. 



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REALTORS -MEMBER METRO MLS 
Vik FIRST COLONIAL ROAD 
VA. BEACH, VA. 23454 





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GRANT 

Little Nedc Rd.,< 

Virginia Beach, 

Va. 
VAAPPRA/SED 

^25 LUXURY DUPLEX 
HOMES. EACH SIDE 
S CONTAINS 

3 bedroom* 2-'/^ baths. 
Lorge unit has 1670 tq. 
ft. of IMr>g oreo with o 
fireplace and gorage. 
Smaller unit containt 
1510 tq. ft. of living aroa-j 
Quality bulH by HG. 
Moore t Construction Co.j 

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ANDERSON 

REALH.INa 
^499^57 497-0584 
583-1374 



Real Estate 
Today 

BY AUSTIN GORE 
LARASAN REALTY CORFj 



Selling your home 
yourself is no easy 
undertaking. BadcaUy, 
it means attract^ the 
right proapects-^people 
who are ready, willing, 
and financially aUe to 
buy. Mot those who are 
curioMs to see what your 
furniture looks like from 
the inside. 

You can attempt to 
make this sale youradf , 
or you can have 
someone dse handle the 
difficult negotiations, 
lankly, Qie beat way 
to market your 'home- 
probably your most 
valuable asset-^ ttw 
professional way. Just 
as you would fo to a 
dpctor or a lawyer lor 
medical or legal aid. 
you will want to go to a 
Realtor for assistance in 




selUng your home. 

Hit technical skill, 
bustaMM experlcnee. IM 
of bona fide prMpects, 
cootacts with financial 
institutions, and 
profosttonal reputatkn 
are all at your diaposal 
to expedite the aala of 
your home at the best 
possible price. Hits is 
the reason why 75 
percentof all homes are 
sold through 
prefcasionals 

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ThinklAo of selling your 
property? It makes sense 10 
list it wMti Lar esan wHare 
you ^an depend on complele 
professional service. Many 
qualified buyers are 
walling to buy your 
property. Service does net 
stop MrfMn wt lisf your 
property. Call today. MO- 
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GARDEN APAITTAAINTS 

Mfw mtf £«m(K At /Wti>£A« 5WfOimdll|t 

U 2 ll 3 BEDROOMS NOW LEASING 
Jtentttal «MeinasRioiii% fidljr 
caipeled, wttii smple doMtt 
■bif eal-khkitcfaoM wtth oatridt wtedows 
laifa stonfi ana IB each apvtoMot 
IndhidHal eptniioss 
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Nfa a Htde more. 

Of oourso, you're dtoppiitg for the 
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SUN CLASSIFIED 



A Great Life Awaits You . . . 
B^ibury Lake Village 



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No longer db ymt have to 

settle for second-best Just 
liecausc you choose to rent. 
At Banbury Lake Village 
Apts., you and your family 
can live and play in a care- 
free, fun-oriented com- 
' munity, only IS minutes 
from anywhere in 
Tidewater. Opened on 
September 15, 1972, this 
carefully planned com- 
munity ia iMut of tiw Mai 



living environment of 
College Parli. 

Nestled around a 
breathtakingly senic 7-acre 
fresh water lake, the wide 
range of apartment styles 
and sizes afford complete 
comfort and convenience in 
country apartment living. 
Some of the more out- 
standing features include a 
bath and tennis elub, with 
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The largo. I 

Lend to decorating of all trends. 



wading pool, sundecks, a 
recreatkm c«iter with ping- 
pong and pool tables, and tot 
lots scattered throughout 
the community. All of the 
area is beautifully land- 
scaped, and alt parking 
areas and acess roads have 
been restricted to the 
perimeter of the village, 
conserving the parklike 
atmosphere. 

Banbury Lake Village 
offers a variety of apart: 
ment residencesr with 7^ 
styles that lend to interior 
decorating of all types and 
trends. You can choose 
terrace, 1st. or 2nd. floor; 1- 
bedroom, 1-bath; 2- 
bedroom, I'/^-bath; 2- 
bedroom, 2-bath; 3- 
bedroom, 2-bath, ranch and 
townhouse terrace apart- 
ments. 

Each apartment has the 
roominess of a private home 
— between 750 and 1,320 
square feet of living area. 
And there is a 3-way 
security — an intercom 
system between your front 
door and the outside entry to 
your building; a visual' 
interviewer in your front 
door; and tamper -proof 
Schlage dead-bolt lock on 
your front door. There are 
private reception foyer 
entries with guest closets, 
decorative railed balconies 
or terraces with privacy 
foicing; each apartment is 
wall-to-wall shag carpeted 
throughout formal areas — 
with easy clean vinyl in 
kitchens, baths, and walk-in 
closets. 

And just imagine — a 
country kitchen with break- 
fast room, PLUS a separate 
dining room. The kitchen 
emf^asizes efficiency and 
elegance, with a 
Westinghouse 2-door 14 cu. 
ft. frost-free refrigerator- 
freezer, Westinghouse built- 
in disposal, Westinghouse 



built-in fnmt-kMding di^- 
washer, soil-free gas range 
and oven, with automatic 
clock timer and windoor by 
Brown, and Marsh fur- 
niture-finish wood cabinets 
in "Pamplico" styling. 

Bathrooms are all-white, 
to lend ease in any 
decorating style or color; 
featuring custom vanities 
with intergral marbleized 
top and oval basbis, and 
fiberglas seamless easy 
clean tub and shower. 

Each bright spacious 
apartment has individual 
controls for central air 
conditioning and heating. 
Gas for heating, cooking 
and hot water is furnished; 



l^us voietian blintb m aU 
windows and traverse 
^apCTy rods on all windows 
and sliding glass doors. 
Another special feature is 
the sound conditioning 
apiriled to walla and Hows, 
further enhancing the 
compietdy private living at 
BanbtB7 Lake Village Apto. 
at Collie Park. 

Banbury Lake Village 
Apartments are owned by 
The Banbury Lake Village 



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Larrymore Oi^anization, Park) in Virginia Beach 
Inc., and the resident 

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grounds. Attractive landscaped setting, 
convenient to most bases and within walk- 
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3600 Malibu Palm Drive 
Telephone 340-2028 

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Our apartmenf communities are operated 
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see our 
flpartments 

last. 

The beat way to appreciate how much you 
- get here is to see the others first 
VouH ffna nobofly Q\i«i you mftre choice 

(7 ranch, townhouse plans). 

Mof;^ apace (1 , 2, 3 bedroom apartments 

wHh up to 1 ,31 8 square feet). 

More features (sfiag carpeting, self-cleaning 

oven and range, frost-free 

refrigerator-freezer, dishwasher, patio 

or balcorty included). More security 

(3-way ayatem protects your privacy). 

Moat important, nobody gives you a 

finer location. Banbury Lake Village is part 

of College Park, the total living environment. 

It's muter planned to Include recreation, 

cultural, shopping and school facilities, 

parklands and a private lake. 



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about Banbury Lake Village- I'd be happy to send you our full color brochure and our 
floor plans. Just moil me this coupon or phone me at (703) 420-7806, I'll be waiting to 

hear from you.^ 

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Resident Manager 



Banbury Lake Village 
6308 Blakely Square 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 234(S2 



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Top Row, Left to Right . . D.A. 'Jim' Meyer, Salet AnocMe; Tom Joiw«en, Idea Assedals; Owan Ue, 

Secretary; Roy Estet, Realtor, GRi; A.M. 'Bunny' Ferer, Salet Associate; E.M. 'Joe' Stain, Sales Associate - Properly 
Mwwger, GRI; B.R. 'Bev' Allen, Sales Associate 

Bottom Row, Left to Right . . Joyce Griffin, Soles Associate; Marie HazeHaoker, Sales Associate; Barbara 
Nation, Secretary; Morilyn Stove, Sdes Associate 

Missing From Photo . . Bill Adorns, Bob Mann, Barbara Mann, Jim Frozier 

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VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 23462 

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Board of Directors, Virghda Beach Board of Realton: Left to ricM, C.N. Heflrjr, 
Director; Judy M. Andrassy, Director; Robert D. WUson, President; M. Fnink 
Abel, Vice President; Lawrence A. Sancllio, Secretary; James R. StoM. 
Treasurer; Mrs. Betty F. Evans, Director; S.G. Morris, Director; J.W. Wood, Jr., 
Director (Outgmng President) 

THE VIRGENIA BEACH 
BOARD OF REALTORS 



■' III Virginia Beacli Board 
ol Rt alters was organized in 
1951, with the late Buries 
Withers Sr. the first 



president; and has been 
growing in strength and 
activity since. Now one of 
tte IwfMtlB llM atMa, 



79 

over 



membership totals 
member firms, with 
1,000 bnken and associate 
meml)ers. 




Millie Demico, executive 
secretary . and her 
usiitint, Liz Bratthwatte, 



.arc available on a full-time 
iwsis to asdst all members. 

' They also provide a great 
deal of facts and in- 

fsrmation concerning the 
nemberriiip to the public. 

Realtors MLS of 
Tidewater, a multiple 
Usting service, is owned 
Jointly by the Virginia 
B«ich and Norfolk Boards. 
Tlie service provides a 
valuable and rapid in- 
terdumge of information 
and listings for home buyers 
and sdlers in the Norfolk 
and Virginia Beach areas. 

The Virginia Beach Board I 
of Realtors provides 

numerous services to its 
members, and it strives to 
keep members informed in 
the Add of real estate so 

that the public is best 
served and protected. All 
newly licensed associate 
members are required to 
take a post license training 
course, sponsored by the 
> Virginia Beach Board in 
cooperation with the 
Distributive Education 
Service, Virginia Beach 
City Schools. Courses in 
every field of real estate are 
available to members of the 
Board through the state and 
national associations, 
providing excellent training 
for all Realtors, 



REALTORS 

SEMINAR 

JUNE 26 



KING JAMES 
COLONY OPENS 



The Swv-Thur»doy. Moy 24, 1973— Poge 1 1 



The Virginia Beach 
Realtor's Seminar will 
begin June 26, 1973, at Plaza 
Junior High School. 
Sponsored by The Virginia 
Beach Board of Realtors in 
cooperation with the 

Distributive Education 
Service, Virginia Beach 
City Schools, the Sem- 
inar is designed to introduce 
to newly licensed sales- 
men the principles that will 
help them begin their 
career in Real 



Estate. Salesmen licensed 
after July 1, 1972, 

and becoming associate 
members of the Virginia 
Beach Board are required 
to attend. Certificatn of 
credit will be presented to 
those attending all sessims. 
There are six jam-packed 
sessions scheduled, starting 
June 26 and ending July 12, 
from 7 to 10 p.m. Tuesday 
and Thursday evenings. 
Registrt^on must be made 
in advance. For in- 
formation, call 427-4151 



Princess Realty an- 
nounces the beginning of 
construction of homes 4n 
King James Colony, on 
Blackwater Road in 
Chesapeake. Approximate- 
ly 2 miles south of Mt. 
Pleasant, the k>cation is 
approximately nine minutM 
from Princess Anne 
Courthouse. 

The first phase consisu of 
38 three and four bedroom 
homes, featuring central air 
conditkmine, wall-to-wall 
carpeting, fireplaces in 
family rooms, situated m 
wooded ^4 acre k)ts. Iliese 
homes are adjacent to 



Pocaty creei. ap- 
proximatdy 2 miles from 
Intercoastal Waterway, 
within SO minutes irf all kKsl 
mUitvy installatkMU. The 
anticipated completkNi date 
for the first homes is set at 
Mid-August. 

For information on Khig 
James Cukmy, call Princess 
Realty, exclusive agenU, at 
499-5071. 



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LOCATORS 

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Interesting, infwmative meetings every month from 
Septembo- • May are one reason the membership is 
gowiflg 10 rapkUy. The tunout is alwayt laite, as 



flje Vlrgliita Baach Board of Radlon can boa* flwr 

igo new members in the last 2 years. The newest 
members, installed at the May 16th meeting, are: Left 
to Right, Betty Lawrence, Realty Group; D6rcas 
Helfant, Pembroke Realty; Murry L. Buck, Higgins 
— Realty; and David C. Eckhardt, Great Neck Realty. 

MILLS E. GODWIN, JR. 
SPEAKS TO REALTORS 



Former Governor Mills 
E. Godwin. Jr., candidate 
for governor in the 
November election, spoke 
at the luncheon meeting of 
the Virginia Beach and 
.Norfolk Boards of Realtors, 
Wednesday at the Lake 
Wright Motel. The luncheon 
was attended by ap- 
proximately 450 Reators 
and their guests inclu<iing 
officials of Virginia Beach, 
Chesapeake, and Norfolk. 

The observance was a 
joint project of the Virginia 
Beach and Norfolk Boards 
of Realtors, headed by three 



CO -chai rip en-- -Austin 
WiUuns of Virgmia Beadl. 
and Jay D. Couch and 
Ronald Ripley, both of 
Norfolk. Robert D. Wilson ia 
the presidait of the Virginia 
Beach board and the 
Norfolk board is headed by 
M. Barron Kesser, wlia 
presided at the luncheon. 





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kitchen, fenced "v children. 17- 
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furnished. Park in vour fenced 
yard M 25 Only $175. Call 4I9- 
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room duplex, all appliances, 
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Shopping Ctr. 

Virginia Beorfi, Va 

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John H. B0II if pl«oMd to coll to your ottontton 
the association of the above profeuionoit with 
Beil Real Estate. These men Icnow Virginia Beach 
and wili appreciate serving you whenever you 
are in the marlcet to sell^buy or rent in this area. 




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Nelson P. Brodc 

426-6668 
Allan Brock 

426-291 S 



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425-7972 

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481-6665 

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425-1878 



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Afo Code 703 17W Va. Beoch^fcta Z» 23454 



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NEWPORT 



Beghining this week, aiid for the next 13 weeks, The Virginia Bcuch 
Sun will be carrying their news to Newport, Rhode Island. Unlike 
the old saying, "carrying coals to Newcastie" Newport, Rhode Island 
18 no Newcastle. There are 9,000 families who are soon to be 
i^esidents of the Tkiewater Area. These are people who are eagerly 



reading the Virginia Beadi Sun..£eeking housing, finding 
out about our schools, our dty governments, and about 
the retailers who serve this area. Smart retailers will gain 
exposure to these people, in addition to the 38,000 families 
who now receive the Sun. You can reach tfiem with the Sun. 



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Phone 486-3430 






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Mn. Gl^ Thonuu Borden 



Sharon Boudreaux 
wedB Glen Borden 



l^aron Kay Boudreaux 
became ^ Mde of Glra 
Thomaa Borden on May 
19 at Star of the Sea 
Catholic Church with 
Father Paul T. Gaughan 
officiating at the 
ceremony. 

The bride is the 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Edwin Boudreaux of 
Virginia Beach. The 
brictegroom is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. 
Borden of Cos Cob, Conn. 

The bride was given in 
marriage by her father. 
She wore a gown 
designed by her mother 
of woven crepe featuring 
a low-squared neckline, 
emigre waistline, long 
tiered skirt and long 
fitted sleeves accM^ed 
with baby seeded pearls 
and matching lace tiered 
train. She also wore a 
flower decorated garden 
hat encircled with tulle 
forming a flowering train 
of illusion. She carried a 
cluster of spring flowers. 

Mrs. Pamela Matter of 
Virginia Beach was 
matron of honor. She 
wore a misty blue gown 
with scooped neck and 
tiny covered buttons 
leading to an old- 
fashioned kick ruffle. She 
also wore a natural straw 
garden hat with matcml|g 
grosgra^ streamers anl^ 
carried a matching' bee 
parasol with smilax, 
=daisiee7 baby's breath 
and assorted field 
flowers. 



were identical to the 
matron d huMr's. Hie 
brideamaida carried sea 
green lace parasols 
adorned with smilax, 
daisies, baby's breath 
and assorted flowers. 
Th^ also wore natural 
straw garden hats with 
matching streamers.^ 

Robert Borden was his 
son's best man. Ushers 
were Michael DuiUap of 
Youngatown, Ohio; Raid 
Moore of Washington, 
D.C.; Ame Arnesen of 
Virginia Beach; and Jeff 
and Edwin Boudreaux, 
brothers of the bride. 

Ilie groom wore white 
tans with top hat and 
cane. Ushers wore black 
tux taila with top hata and 
canes. 

Monique Jean Boit- 
nott of New Castle, Va., 
was flower girl. She wore 
a misty blue pinafore 
gown with flowered 
heac^iece. She carried a 
sea green wicker basket 
of field flowers with 
daisies, baby's breath 
and delfdiinium. 

Ring bearers were Bart 
Gilbert and Allan Reese 
Boitnott (tf New Castle. 
Ttiey wore white suits 
with short pants, misty 
blue shirts, white knee 
sock8,/^hite shoes and 
whiteftow fK^; 



-^wn. 



Bridesmaids were Mrs. 
Linda Boudreaux of 
Ocean Port, N.J., the 
bride's sister-in-law; and 
Jennifer Hafling and 
Joanne Garofalo of 
Virginia Beach. 

The sea green 
te'idesmaids' ensemble 



Jackie Boitnott 
was mistress of 
ceremcmies. Mn. John 
Bailey was organist and 
Mrs. Beverly lipinski, 
sister of the groom, was 
soloist. 
A lawn reception with a 

"Gone With the Wind" 
theme was held at the 
home of the brides' 
parents. After the 
receptltm, the couple left 
on a wedding trip to St. 
Auguatine, Fla. They will 
reside in Virginia Beach. 




SURROUND YOUR WEDDINQ 
WTTHTHEIOVEUNESSOF 




Pkk out your bridal beu9uat « cvaMly « you did your 
wadding gown. Our ihop i« fomeut for m cmtem-dM^nwi 
srr(mg*m«nta for brIdM ond Ifitlr aHandantt. Com* In and 
talk it ever with us. 

S. J.'ff ^o^Ji9 of Plowew 

SOO LONDON ■RIOOB CBNTBR 

VA. BKAeH. VA. «»<M 



Club helps 
iteracy 



program 

Memboii (rf.the Ocean 
Park Woman's Qub haVe 
voted to donate $100 to the 
Bayside branch public 
library to be used for the 
purchase of limited 
vocabulary books. 

The bo<^ are needed 
by adults in the 
Tidewater Literacy 
Program. Four monbers 
of the Ocean Park 
Woman's 'Cliib are 
currently teaching in the 
program and the club has 
been working with the 
program for two years. 

SPCA sets 
open house 

gChe Virginia Beach 
CA will hold an Open 
use this Saturday and 
Sunday May 26 and 27, 
>m 1 to 4:30 p.m. both 
ys aa the final event in 
e Virginia Beach Be 
nd to Animals Month, 
^reshmenta will be 
lerved and winning 
tntriea in the recent pet 
iohoto contest will be on 
Qlaplay. The public is 
invited to attend the Open 
House and see the many 
SPCA pets needing 
Iwmes. 

The SPCA shelter is 
'located on Farm Road 
bn^ite the entrance to 
Redwing Park at the 
intersection of General 
Booth and Oceana 
Boulevards. 

Beauty 

pageant 

Saturday 

The Miss Virginia 
Beach Pageant, a 
preliminary contest to 
the Miss America 
Pageant, will be held 
Saturday, May 26, at 8 
p.m. at Princess Anne 
High School. 

Fourteen young women 
between the ages of 18 
and 23 will compete in 
talent, swimsuit and 
evening gown com- 
petitions. 

Sandy Rice is the 
reigning Miss Virginia 
Beach. She will 
relinquish her crown ih 
special ceremonies 
Saturday marking the 
lOth anniversary of the 
pageant. 




Ilie *lHippy^ Hit Mit** ftatwt pfctla Ifcrmgh the eMrtity af 

Portraits by Twrea, Just one of a gallery (rf beautiful memories 
captured mi film of unforgettable moments. 



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Just a fleeting moment in the hustle and bustle of the reception, but capturid 
forever in the champagne glass. Color the mood pink, or blue, or forever imber. 
For those special moments you want to last forever, the cherished mtmoriis of 
your wedding will never fade when you have professional photoriphs of those 
special moments by Torrei Let our Bridal Consultant help you plan all tha details 
of your wedding. To have the best ... need not be expensive. 

I^TIAITS TOBBBi 

4221 Virginia Beach Blvd. at Thalia • Phone 486-5416 



Tidewater's Finest 

INTERIOR 
DESIGNERS 

For AAorfi 
Than 50 Years 



A|>ortm*nti, homM ond townhouiM or* Cofori tpoclolty. Helping the prospective bride 
ond groem or the newlywedi to create o beautiful world In which to itart their IIvm 
together it our greoteit pleasure. Our lervke it complete and tailored to your 
Indhrlduol tottet and budgett, whether they be trodltionol or contemporory. We ve 
been giving Virginia Beach reiid«ntt beautiful Interlort for more than half o century. 

GIFTS — FINEANTIQUES— PAINTINGS — FURNITURI 
ACCESSORIES — CARPETS — DRAPERIES — 

UPHOLSTERING 

Our Tw«lv« ProfMslonal DMign«rs are always Happy 
to subnfilt MttmatM. It coats no mor« to have the best. 

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Pag* 2-B—Th* Suo— Thursdc^, tt^a^ 24, ]973 




Rosemary Blum weds Experts to discuss chjld abuse problem 



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^;Mrs. Thomas Waiiam Smith in 



Atec Fair raises $850 



Tjie recent Attic Fair at 
Friends School sponsored 
by ■-the Woman's 
Auxpary toi the Virginia 
Beach Medical Society 
cleared $850. Of the 
am«»int raised, $500 will 
be used to provide a 
scholarship to a high 
school student entering a 
m^Kficral'related field and 
$300 will be given to the 
General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach to be used 
towwd the purchase of a 
heart monitor. 

Mrs. James Charlton 
was cited at the recent 



luncheon meeting of the 
Auxiliary for her work as 
general chairman of the 
Attic Fair. Also, Mrs. Joe 
H. Burt, outgoing 
president, was cited for 
her leadership. 

Officers elected for 
1973-74 are: president, 
Mrs. John Stehlik; vice 
president, Mrs. Clarence 
Holland; secretary, Mrs. 
Joseph Thatcher; 
treasurer, Mrs. William 
Warden; historian, Mrs. 
James Charlton; 
parliamentarian, Mrs. 
Joe H. Burt. 



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The marriage of 
Rosemary Clair Blum 
and Thomas William 
Smith III took place m 
May 19 in RoCkville, Md., 
with the very Rev. James 
F. Didas, S.S.J. , of- 
ficiating at the nuptial 
mass wiUi folk music. 

The bride is the 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Ferderic George Bhim of 
Rochester, N.Y. The 
bridegroom is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
William Smith Jr. of 
Virginia Beach. 

The bride was given in 
marriage by her father. 
Sie wore a floor-length 
sleeveless gown of white 
cotton lace with portrait 
neckline and fitted waist. 
A large white picture hat 
covered with matching 
cotton lace and veiling 
completed the ensemble. 
She carried her mother's 
prayer book decorated 
with yellow tearoses and 
baby's breath in a small 
cluster bouquet. 

Anne Marie Blum of 
New York City served as 
her sister's maid of 
honor. Bridesmaids were 
Mary Katherine, Nancy 
Marie and Susan Mary 
Blum, sisters of the bride, 
all of Rochester. 

TTie bridal attendants 
wore gowns of flowered 
dotted Swiss over 
alternating yellow and 

Horse show 

The Auxiliary to the 
General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach will 
sponsor an all-Western 
Horse Show Saturday 
June 9 and 10, at Princess 
Anne Park. 

Tickets are $1 at the 
gate. Hours are Satur- 
day, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and 
Sunday, 1 p.r^. to 6 p.m. 



greoi lining. Their gowns 
wa>e fashkmed in sun- 
dress styte witii wide 
straps, ruffles cm hem 
and neckline and mat- 
ching shawls. They w(»% 
flowers in thefar hair and 
carried baskets of 
daisies. 

David M. Smith of 
Richmond was bis 
brother's best man. 
Ushers were Frederic G. 
Blum Jr. (rf Rochester, 
brother of the bride; 
James R. Camicia of 
McLean and Richard M. 
O'Meara of Queens, N.Y. 
Lawrence R. Blum, 
brother of ttie bride, was 
ring bearer. 

"Ihe bride is a graduate 
of St. Agnes High Schod 
in Rochester and Seton 
Ifill Collie, Greensburg, 
Pa. She is a teacher in the 
Montgomery County 
School System, 
Maryland. 

The bridegroom is a 
graduate (rf James Blair 
School in Williamsburg 
and Virginia Polytechnic 
Institute, Blacksburg. He 
is emidoyed as a systems 
analyst with Chase, 
Rosen and Wallace of 
Alexandria. 

A reception was held at 
the EyaM Fana Iim in 



A public forum on the 
pr<^lem of ch ild abuse in 
our community will be 
qransored by the Virginia 
Beach branch, American 
Association of University 
Women, on Thursday, 



May 31, at 8 p.m., in the 
Atlantic Permanent 
and 



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building, 944 
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Club notes 

NATIONAL SECRETARY'S ASSOCIATION 

The monthly meeting of the Virginia Beach Chapter of the 
National Secretary's Association will be held on Tuesday, 
June 5, at 4:30 p.m. at the Pine Tree Inn on Virginia Beach 
Blvd. Included will be the selection of the Virginia Beach 
Chapter Secretary of the Year. 

KELLAM HIGH BAND PARENTS 

The Kellam High School Band Parents Association will 
hold an awards banquet for all band students and their 
parents on Saturday, AAay 26, at 6:30 p.m. in the school 
auditorium. Jack Sperry, band director, will present the 
John Philip Sousa Award, plus other awards and 
achievements, installation of officers will be included in the 
program. 

COUNCIL OF GARDEN CLUBS 

The Council of Garden Clubs of Virginia Beach, Inc., will 
hold its annual awards luncheon on Wednesday, May 30, at 
11:30 a.m. at the Hilton Inn Conference Center, 8th and 
Oceanfront. The Business meeting will start at 10:30 a.m. 

VIRGINIA BEACH JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB 

The Virginia Beach Junior Woman's Club Is the new name 
for what was formerly the Virginia Beach -Princess Anne 
Junior Woman's Club. At the recent annual luncheon 
meeting, Mrs. Jane Scott, outgoing president, turned the 
gavel over to Mrs. Linda Jenkins, newly-elected president. 
Mrs. Marilyn Davis was named outstanding club member. 
AArs. Anne Kenney was recognized as the member doing the 
most volunteer work during the year. The club presented 
checks to the Good Neighbor Kindergarten and Camp 
Civltan in Chesapeake. 

KING'S GRANT CIVIC LEAGUE 

King's Grant Civic League will sponsor an old-fashioned 
street dance on Sunday, AAay 27, In the parking lot of St. 
Nicholas Catholic Church on Little Neck Road. Dancing will 
begin at 6:30 p.m., until 9 p.m. The dance will tumor 
POW ■ MIA families living in the community. There is no 
admission charge but donations of snack foods are 
requested. The dance is for children, teens and adults living 
In King's Grant. 



Frederick P. Auohamp, 
judge of the Domestic 
^nd Juvenile — GourtT 
Virginia Beach; Lt. 
Henry Capps, juvenile 
bureau, Virginia Beach 
Police Department; Bea 
Cherryman, Virginia 
Beach Social Services 
Department; Dr. Wayne 
Artis, Virginia Wesleyan 
College, and Dr. Robert 
Mosby, pediatrician. 
Each speaker will have 



seven minutes to present 
information in his or her 
fi e ld in th e area of child 
abuse and neglect 
prevention. After the 
panel discussion, the 
public may question the 
panelists. Forum 
moderator will be Mrs. 
Becky Livas, WTAR 
news reporter. 

Additional information 
may be obtained by 
calling 497-9060. 




McLean. After a weddtaig 
trip to the Bahamas, the 
couple will reside in 
McLean. 



k YNNMAVENGARDEN^LUB — 

Mrs. Donald French spoke on flower arranging at the 
recent monthly meeting of the Lynnhaven Garden Club at 
Lynnhaven Presbyterian Church Social Hall. Mrs. T. N. 
Wood, Mrs. C. R. White and Mrs. C. W. Diggs were 
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Now is the the time to. . . 



FERTILIZE TREES. 
Feeding with a good tree 
food will induce new 
growth or root and crown, 
especially weakened 
trees. A healthy tree 
stands a better chance to 
overcome attacks of 
borers or other insects. If 
you need help, call a 
professional tree service. 

SPRAY. Remember, 
ornamental shrubs 
should he surayed every 6 



weeks throughout the 
growing season. Ortho 
Isotox or Nutro Broad 
Control Spray are two 
good sprays. If you don't 
have time or don't want 
to be bothered, call 
Hanna Spray Service. 

SPRAY YOUR LAWN 
for weeds, being careful 
not to allow the spray to 
get on shrubs and 
flowers. Do it in the 
evening or morning when 



clippings 

FROM THE GARDENER'S DESK 



NASTURTIUMS GOOD 
TO EAT? So says a 
release from Virginia 
Tech. The nasturtium is 
also called Indian Cress 
and spme parts of the 
plant are edible, claims 
V.P.I. The young flower 
buds and unripe seeds 
have a pleasant pungent 
flavor The round leaves 

ijaet^a {^pperyUQavor 
and may be used in 
sandwiches with cheese 
or bologna as a substitute 
for lettuce. I'm sure Dr. 
Judkins of VPI knows 
what he's talking about, 
but I've had such trouble 
keeping lice off nastur- 
tiums that I've quit 
growing them... so if you 
decide to haye a 
nasturtium sandwich, 
please check to make 
sure you've shaken off all 

the lice first Know 

one of the handiest ways 
to clean tools? Use an old 
pine cone Nothing's 
better or easier to use to 
get the dirt off hoes, 
spades, trowels, etc- 

COLEUS. We've 

mentioned coleus or 
"foliage plant" several 
times recently. Here it is. 
This particular variety 
was developed in Japan 
by T. Sakata & Co. and is 
called Flamenco. 



Bill reminded me that I 
should have come there 

first GREEN 

SPOTS IN YOUR LAWN? 
Several lawnowners have 
asked about them. 
Usually it's a sign your 
lawn needs fertilizing, for 
the spots are caused by 
female dog urine. I'm 
sorry to admit I have 
some green spots in my 

own lawn and can 

blame it on the two around each bulb top 

female dogs we own a growth. Don't worry 

«^_*.i ..» about burning the foliage 



there is usually less wind. 
If you prefer the dry 
method, use weed and 
feed fertilizer, par- 
ticularly if your lawn 
needs another fertilizing 
now, such as mine does. 
WEED YOUR BEDS. 
Stray grass and weed 
seeds will germinate and 
begin appearing in all 
your bed areas now. No 
matter how hard you try, 
the birds carry wild 
cherry seeds and leave a 
crop of young cherry 
trees sprouting in most 
beds. Keep your beds 
clean by weeding 
regularly, or if you're 
careful you can spray 
with a soil sterilant. This 
kills the weeds and grass 
and sterilizes the soil so 
new weeds cannot ger- 
minate. But do not get 
close to plants you want 
to keep. 

SPRING BULBS 
should be fertilized. 
From now until winter is 
when bulbs grow and 
multiply. For more 
beautiful blooms next 
spring, put a tablespoon 
or more of bulb food 




USD A has just released 
■J. new passiflora called 
Incf^nse, which is an 
ornamental and edible 
fruited vine with 
potential for home 
cultivation in Florida and 
other protected areas like 
Tidewater. Juice from 
toe fruit has a strong, 
rose-like fragrance and is 
an effective addition to 
juice or ade 

drinks PEAT 

MOSS SHORTAGE? One 
was predicted early in the 
season and last week 
Penq^y's were out; Tait's 
were out of some sizes 
and True Value on the 
Boulevard were sold out. 
Better buy ahead and 
have what you need on 

hand I then called Bill 

Wells at Bryant Hard-' 
ware, who had plenty. 



good fertilizing will 
usually even out the lawn 

color organic 

gardening is great and if 
you don't have a compost 
pile, it's always a good 

idea to start one but 

with all the bugs this time 
of year, we still have to 
have insecti- 

cides Thank 

goodness they are here to 
help kill weeds and 
eliminate in- 

sects after you've 

worked all day in the 
yard, one of the best new 
places in the area to eat 
are The Jolly Ox 
restaurants ...... know 

throughout the U.S.A. as 

Steak 'n Ale our 

backward laws won't 
allow that name 

locally Memorial 

Day this coming 
weekend. Don't forget the 
age-old custom of 
decorating graves with 

live flowers the living 

symbol of life eternal is 
the flower. Geraniums 

are good but this 

fall, plant some peonies 
or daffodils on the graves 
you visit and you'll have 

lasting beauty This 

story originated at Ed- 
mond, Okla., where it is 
said "Most people hate to 
cut the grass but Mary 
Lou Hood is looking 
forward to mowing her 
lawn and she plans to 
wear her two-piece black 
bikini Saturday when she 
does. Mrs. Hood, 21, was 
cleared of indecent ex- 
posure charges last 
TTiursday in Municipal 
Court. She had been 
cited, after some of her 
neighbors complained 
she cut her lawn wearing 
a swimsuit. "I feel 
great!" she said, after 
the Judge dismissed the 
complaint against her. 
Mrs. Hood, mother of a 4 
year old boy, is a coed at 
Central State College." 
I'm sure she'll have a 
crowd of men when she 
starts mowing 

again and that's 

enou^ until next week. 
JRS 



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anyway. 



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FERTILIZING 
SHRUBS has two pur- 
poses. If your shrubs are 
as large as you want 
them, they should be 
fertilized ontje a year to 
keep them healthy and 
resistant to disease. If 
you have young bushes 
and want faster growth 
such as is usually the 
case in a new house, 
fertilize them twice in the 
spring and once in the fall 
to produce faster growth 
as well as keep the bush 
healthy and disease- 
resistant. 

BEGIN TO DUST 
TOMATOES AND 
CABBAGE every two 
weeks or so. Follow the 
directions on the con- 
tainer of vegetable dust. 



By ROBERT 8TIFFLER 
Gardening Editor 

It's about that time of 
year when most men say 
to heck with it and crawl 
in the boat or get out the 
golf clubs and ignore 
ttieir lawn until fall. It's 
easier than you think to 
keep your lawn good 
looting all summer long, 
llie true test of a good 

Don't eat 
the plants 

It's spring and plants 
are growing and 
blooming. They're 
beautiful to look at and 
it's fine to admire - but 
remember - don't eat 
them. Pretty as they are, 
some plants are 
poisonous. Some make 
you itch; others make 
you sick and some even 
can kill you. 

Dangerous plants can 
be found anywhere says 
David V. Tatnall ex- 
tension garden specialist 
at the University of 
Delware. Jlere are some 
to watch out for. Seeds or 
berries of daphne, burn- 
ing^ bush, English ivy, 
holly, privet, castor bean, 
yew and tulips. The leaf 
blades of rhubarb are 
poisonous as well as the 
green tubers of potato 
plants. 

In the wild all parts of 
fly amanita and death 
angel mushrooms are 
poisonous, as well as 
water hemlock, poison 
hemlock, jimson weed, 
white snakeroot, poke 
weed or inkberry and 
skunk cabbage. Others 
include the corms and 
berries of Jack-in-the- 
Pulpit the berries of 
American bittersweet, 
horse nettle and night- 
shade or European bit- 
tersweet, the bulbs of 
Star-of-Bethlehem and 
the green fruits of May 
apple. 

Many of these plants 
are most dangerous to 
children and pets, who / 
don't realize the danger. 
Since it is difficult to be 
certain which plants are 
poisonous, it is best to 
teach children not to put 
any plant into their 
mouths unless the plant is 
commonly used as food. 



lawnowner is what his 
lawn looks like in mid- 
July - not in late May 
such as today's date. It's 
the proud lawnowner who 
can look with pride at his 
home in July and August 
and brag about his yard. 

Grass has three basic 
needs: water, fertilizer 
and seed. It takes seed to 
start the grass - and fall is 
the best time. So we'll 
talk more about that this 
fall. 

The other two 
requirements are the 



same as for the human 
body - food and water. 
Many folks like to fer- 
tilize lightly all summer 
long Turf ruishnrites 
rccornmenri ai ii i-; ffur 
feedings per >ear - 
geared to the holidays. 
That makes it easy to 
remember: Easter, 
Memorial Day, Fourth of 
July and Labor Day. We 
have two of those 
holidays coming up. 
Memorial Day weekend 
is an excellent time to 
apply weed and feed to 



fertilize the grass and kill 
the weeds. If you have no 
weeds, then use a turf 
food containing long- 
lasting nitrogen. It's very 
impoifant to do that; 
check the back of the bag 
or the guarantee and 
make sure the product 
contains water-insoluable 
nitrogen such as Hercules 
Nitroform. Other types of 
fertilizer are not 
recommended this time 
of year. 

Then on July 4th 
weekend, fertilize again 




with a turf food con- 
taining long lasting 
nitrogen. If the weather is 
dry, water weekly and 
water until the ground is 
soc'iked .Another way to 
tell if your lawn needs 
water is to see if the grass 
has a wilted look when 
you come home in tl» 
evening. 

If it does, you should 
water. 

Despite some advice of 
recent years, authorities 
still agree that you should 
water a lot when you 
water - not just a little. 
With light watering, the 
roots grow near the 
.surface - which is not 
good for the grass. 

Then set your mower to 
mow at, two inches in 
height. Mow more often; 
don't scalp your lawn. 

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A BEAUTIFUL LAWN IS A JOY FOREVER! Sammer lawi» provide enjoyment 
for croquet, badminton or just loafing. A little care now can ensure that your lawn 
will stay good looking all summer. Above local photographer Bob Fishback en- 
joys a game of croquet with our lovely model. 



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Plant pollution slides 




questions & answers about lawns & gardens 



QUESTION: You 
mentioned a few weeks 
back a book about 
wildflowers for $1, but I 
can't find it anywhere. 
Will you give more 
details. please.-Jerome 
N.. Broad Bay Colony. 

ANSWER: Sorry the 
details were omitted. I 
called the Morton Ar- 
boretum who were quoted 
in the release - and they 
weren't famihar with the 
book. They say the book 
mentioned is a British- 
printed book and now out- 
of-print. Morton Ar- 
boretum recommends 
this as the best book on 
wildflowers: - "Gar- 
dening with Native 
Plants." It's Handbook 
38, available for $1 from 
the Brooklyn Bqtannical 
Garden, 1000 Wasliingtwi 



Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

QUESTION: You 
mentioned magnolia 
trees recently. Mine 
keeps dropping its leaves. 
It looks healthy - what's 
the matter with it? Mrs. 
Mike M.. Pacific Ave. 

ANSWER: Your tree is 
apparently healthy. 
Magnolia trees shed their 
leaves 12 months of the 
year. They make lots of 
litter - and some people 
don't want them for that 
very reason. Oldtimers 
say the only way to grow 
a magnolia is to let its 
limbs come down to the 
ground and let the, leaves 
fall and collect - and 
never pick them up. 

^pd" your garden 
qi^timis to the Sun for 
prompt, accurate gar- 
dening information. 



A series of three color 
slide sets illustrating the 
effects of air pollution on 
plants is now available 
from the U.S. Depart- 
ment of Agriculture. 

They can be ordered 
from Photography 
Division, Office of In- 
formation, U . S^ 
Department of 
Agriculture, Washington, 
D.C., 20250. 

The slides are designed 
to help in the diagnosis 
and identification of plant 
damage from air 
pollutants. 

The set of 105 slides, 
titled "The Effects of Air 

Pollution on Plant Life. 



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the Month 

The Level Green Civic 
League has started 
selecting a "Yard-of-the- 
Month". 

Winner for April is T.S. 
Warren, 6104 Level Green 
Court. Runners up were 
Norman Mitchell, 6117 
Level Green Court, and 
Robert Goode at 6108 
Level Green Court. 
Judges were Linda 
Pinkham and Randy 
Jackson, local VPI ex- 
tension workers. 

Robbins Nursery 
awarded the winner a gift 
certificate. 



A-48" is broken into three 
subsets which can be 
purchased individually 
for $13. The entire set 
costs $18.50. 

The subsets are "A-48- 
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Fruits." "A-48-B, Field 
Crops" and "A-48-C, 
Ornamental Plants and' 
Trees." Kach set or 
subset is accompanied by 
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Hgi» 44— Th« Swi— Thurtday. May 24, 1973 




Girl Scout leaders 
name service teams 



Safety Council elects, 
launches new program 



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"WWVY" IS A Hereford-Charolali enmbreed. PnSty'% mnm, IC-yMr^M C^ 

WWtt»iv will show the animal Saturday. 

Dance Guild 
sets summer 
registration 

Regristration for 
aummer' clasies at 
Tidewater Daoce Guild, 
June 18 througl) August 9, 
is now being cmiducted. 

Classra will be Afered 
in modem dance, ballet, 
tumbling and adult 
exercise. Classes for 
the summer session will 
be scheduled for late 
afternoon and early 
evening. 

The professional dance 
faculty will offer classes 
on all levels, from 
beginner through 
professional. 

Further information 
may be obtained by 
calling Tidewater Dance 
Guild at 499-7925 or 499- 
8893. Information may 
also be obtained at the 
dance studio, S772 
Arrowhead Drive 
(Kempsville area) from 
lioon to 7 p.m. Monday 
through Friday. 




DANNIE MILES POSES with her steer. MUo, an 
Ai^us-HerefWd crossbreed. 




;s. »-year-i4d Jaalor 4il ctak nemba*. 

sMwiflMs Angus steer named Heath. 



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200 donors needed 
t0 give blood today 



Bfi.pori.., donors are 
needed -to visit the 
American Red Cross 
Bioodmobile at the 
General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach today 
from noon to 5 p.m. 

The Bloodmobile's 
appearance at the 
hospital is sponsored by 
toe American Association 
of Medical. Assistants, 
Virginia Beach Chapter, 
as one ' of the 
organixation's com- 
munity projects. 

Tlie association has set 
a geaJ-ef 200 donors for 
the visit. The first donor 
will, be Dr. Robert T. 
Mosby Jr., local 
pediatrician and 
president of the Virginia 
B^ch Medical Society. 
Other physicians are 
eip^cted to give blood 
also. 

S#i. 3<seph A. Canada 
Jr., Del. Gtei McClannan 
and^^ther city officials 
arerilso expected to 
dooiM blood. 

TlwtSeafood Place and- 
Tbi* Steak Place will 
rive certificate for free 
mM»s to Uo(Ki donors. 
Otbfrs donating cer- 
^Ba$m or ^her priz^ 
are That Seafood-That 
Steak Place, $10 gift 
certificate; Mobile 



Service Station, Hilltc^, 
10 gallons of gasoline; 
Alexander's Pancake 
House, two free break- 
fasts. The prizes will be 
awarded to medical 
assistants recruiting the 
most blood donora. 

Anyone who wishes to 
donate blood is asked to 
call 428-0423 or to visit the 
bioodmobile at the 
hospital. 

Slayer 
sentenced 

James P. Anderson, II, 
has been given life and W 
year sentences in the 
slaying and robbery of 
cabbie ■ Harold A. 
Waterfield. 

A Circuit Court jury 
which convicted An- 
derson, 23, of Ferry 
Planatation Road, 
specified 20 years im- 
prisonment for the fatal 
shooting of Waterfield, 
and hfe imjMisonment for 
the rcrtAery of Wata*- 
neld. 

Waterfield, 44, dt 
Smithfield, was shKrt in 
the back of the Iwad 
shortly after being 
robbed of $75 on March 9 
in a remote area of the 
Black water Borough. 



Poppy sales 
help vets 

American Legion 
Auxiliary Unit 113 and 
representatives to Girls 
State from Virginia 
Beach high schools will 
be offing popi^es for 
sale on May 25 and 26. 

Poppy Day is sp<ni- 
sored each year by the 
American Legion 
Auxiliary to remind 
Americans of the 
sacrifices made by men 
and womoi in the Armed 
Forces. 

Proceeds frmn poppy 
sales are used in 
rehabilitation and child 
welfare work for disabled 
veterans craiducted by 
the American Legion 
Auxiliary. 

Rabon chosen 
sailor of month 

AMH2 David E. Rabon 
has been selected the 
Attack Squadron 65 Sailor 
of the Month for bis 
outstanding performance 
in the Airframes ,jShop 
and during carrier 
qualification evolutions 
on board the USS In- 
dependence. 



BIRTHS 



Mr. and Mrs. Ctarenci 
Luther Sawwters, ton 

Mr. and Mr». John Plion 
La Rocco, daughter 

AAr. and Mrs. Horraca 
Kenton Reavis, daughter 

Mr. and Mrs. James 
Mathew AAclntyre, Jr., son 

Mr. and AArs. Berkeley 
AAcCabe Gray, II, son 

AAr. and MRS. James ^cll 
Lawton, son 

Mr. and Mrs. Eddy 
Howwtl VWilchard, ion 

AAr. and Mrs. David Lowe 
Bozard, daughter . 

AAr. arMi AArs. Edward La* 
MHler, dat«hter 

Mr. and Mrs. George 
Braaon Weatherly, daughter 

Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel 
McKlnley Woodhouse, 
daughter 

N^. and Mrs. Alan Ue 
Strbavy, son 



The Windsor Woods 
Neighborhood Girl 
Scouts Leaders closed 
the vm-n scouting yMr 
with a luncheon recently 
at the Pancake Hwie in 
Princess Anne PUtta. 

At the final meeting the 
leaders announced tiie 
service team for the 
coming year: Team 
members are: neigh- 

Accident 
claims 3 

A sbig^e car accident 
early Saturday morning 
claimed three lives, 
raising the rescMl city's 
' traffic fatality count for 
the year to i^e. 

Officials identified 
those fatally injured as 
John R. Rodecker, 39, of 
Falls Churchy and Gail 
Warren, 20, and D^rah 
L. Spain, 19, both of 
Petersburg. 

Authorities said Robert 
L. Gilley, 31, of Arlington, 
was critically injured 
whoi he was ttvown from 
the auto. 

According to in- 
vestigators the small 
convertible sports car 
careened off the roadway 
and overturned in a field. 
Those fatally injured 
rep<»rtedly yten pfamed 
beneath the wreckage, 
and had to be pried loose 
by members of the 
Princess Anne Cour- 
thouse Volunteer Rescue 
Squad. 

Gilley was listed as 
driver of the auto. 



borhood chairman 
Shirley Peters; troop 
organiser Joyce 
Harrison ; secretary , 
PhyOli $ykes; treasuror, 
Shirley Nolte; cadette 
consultant, Katrina 
Baker; junior con- 
sultants, Evelyn Sell, 
Sharon Hayes. 

Also naAed were: 
brownie ct^ultant Jane 
Gerling; calendar and 
coiAie chairman, Nancy 
Cranford; program 
chairman, Virginia 
O'Neil; publicity 
chairman, Valerie 
Ashenfoiter; camp 
consultants, Katrina 

Baker, Nancy Craufwd, 
Sharon Hayes, Ftoremie 
Rogge, Evdyn^Sell. 

Any woman interested 
in becoming a scout 
leader, assistant leader 
or ttOQp bdperis asked to 
call Mrs. Joyce Harrison 
at34(M722. 

Because of the 45-15 
school year at Windsor 
Woods and Windsor Oaks 
Elementary Schools 
several of the area troops 
wUl continue throughout 
the summer. 

Amundson 
promoted 

F. Brent Amundson of 
\^rginla Bead) has been 
appdnted vice president 
in charge at maiteting 
for Matthias and Red- 
mond Advertising 
Agency. 

Amtmdso) joined the 
agency in early 1972 as an 
account estecutive and 
marketing director. 



The Virginia Beach 
Safety Council has 
elected a new board oi 
officers to direct the 
unit's activities tot the 
coining year, and 
launched a safety 
program to protect 
UcycUsts at night. 

Newly dected officers 
include H. Jack Jennii^, 
President; Pete 
Costenbader, 1st Vice- 
Pnbident; Komy Miller, 
2nd Vice-President; 
Joty Odom, Secretary; 
and Joe Scharll, 
IVeasuror. 

The new Ucycle safety 
program cotters annind 
increasing rtflectafadlity 
of bicycBsts to make 
them mme visible to 
m<^ori8ts at ni|^t. 

The Council is 
recommending all 
bicycles be equipped with 
a reflectorized triangle 
on fendtns, and tiie use of 
recently dev^ped tires 

6th fatality 

Virginia Beach 
recorded its s^th traffic 
fktaUty of the year this 
week with the death of 
William S. Gaskins. 

Investigators say 
Gaskins, 24, of Chubb 
Lake Avmue, was fatally 
injured when he was 
struck by an auto while 
riding his bicycle along 
Shore Drive, in the 
vicinity of Dupont Circle. 

Officials said Gaskins 
was pronounced dead on 
arrival at Virginia Beach 
General Hospital. Death 
was attributed to head 
injuries. 



which will reflect light. 
Those wishing to 
purchase the trangle 
reflectiMV may do so at 
$1.00 each at Sears in 
Pembroke Mall, Plaza 
and Hilltop Home Cen- 
ters, Givens Bicycle 
Shop, and the Plaza, 
Aragona Village and 
Kings Grant 7-11 Stores. 




NOTICE 

Virginia: 

The reflular meeting of 
the Council of the City of 
Virginia Beach will be held 
in the Council Chambers of 
the Administration 
Building, -City Hall, 
Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, on Mon- 
day, June 11, W3, at 2:00 
P.M. at which time the 
following applications will 
be heard: ' 

TRAILER VARIANCE: 

1. Richard E. Dietz - 
North side of Old Caroline 
Lane (formerly Frost 
Road) 3900 feet more or 
less West of Blackwater 
Road on Ldt 1, Re-plat of 
Subdivision of Property of 
Beazley Tract. (Variance 
from 2S00 feet to SOO feet 
more or less to nearest 
dwelling). BLACKWATER 
BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUOH 

2. Application of Carroll 
F. Danforth and Josephine 
D. Danforth for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Suburban 
District 3 (R-S 3) to 
Residence Duplex District 
2 (R-D 2) on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 93.48 feet North of 
AAaryland Court, running a 
distance of 188.77 feet along 
the West side of South 
Surfslde Avenue, running a 
distance of 371 .94 feet along 
the Northwestern property 
line (Lake Christine) and 
running a distance of 320.47 
feet along the Southern 
property line. Said parcel 



Is known m Let 11, Sub- 
division of ParMi 14, Slock . 
32, Croatm Beach, and to 
triangular is shapt. . 
(Croatan Beach ArM). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

3. Application of Vlrglhli 
Electric and Power, .. 
Company for a USB M 
PERMIT to oonsh'uct an m 
elactric substation and the 
MnnectMg electric trans-. 
mtoaRm linaa on certain 
lMi)pcrty baglnnlne at a 
point 000 feet mora or lass 
Watt of South L^nnhavan^ 
R^ad and running a 
distahce of 877 feet along 

the North side of Ansol 
Lane, and North of the 
Virginia Beach-Norfolk 
Expressway, running a 
distance of 5U.8 feet along 
the Western property line, 
running a distance of 949 
feet along the Northern 
property line (IMrfolk and 
Southern Railway Right of 
Way, and running a 
distance of M244 feet along 
the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel contains 9.7105 
acres. (PInewood Gardens- 
Doyletown Areas). 
LYNNHAVEN AND 
PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGHS. 

4. plication of Owen 
Pickett for a CHANGING 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Surburban 
District 3 (R-S 3) to 
Limited Commercial 
District 3 (C-L 3) on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 413 feet mere or leM 
South of the Norfolk and 
Southern Railway Right of 
Way and runnino a 
distance of 100 feet along 
the East side of South 
Lynnhaven Road, running 
a distance of ISO feet along 
the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 106 - 
feet along the Eastern 
property line and running a 
distance of 150 feet akMtg. 

the Southern property line, : . ' ' 
Said parcel contains 15,000 
square feet. (Lynnhaven 
Industrial Park Area), 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

5. Application Of Evelyn 
R. Bowen, Fk>rlst, for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING. . 
from Multiple Family, 
Residence District (R-M) ' 
to Limited Commercial 
District 3 (C-L 3) on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 200 feet more or less 
North of Wolfsnare Road,' ' 
running a distance of 167.5^ i 
feet along the West side of' 



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nur DRUii IIWISE VOUWIOOMNGJITTIIISSPI^ 
MIGHTtUIIN INTO ANIOHIMJIRE NEXrWIIfrER. 



You may be house- 
hunting on a warm spring 
day,but remember 
you 11 be spending-many 
a long, cold winter 
in the home you decide 
to buy. 

So before you fall 
for any house, make 
sure it has one of the 
clean,quiet,trouble- free, 
evenly warm electric 
heating systems. 

There are six basic 
kinds. Each with i | wn 
great advantages. 

Electric baseboard 
heat, for example, has a 
thermostat in every 
room for individual tem- 
perature control, and 
no moving parts at all 
to wear out aftd need 
repair. 

Then there's the 
electric hot air furnace. 
Small enough to hide 
away in a closet, with no 
flame, no fuel tank, no 
pipes, no flueSj no 
nothing to give it away. 

There s electric hot 
water heat, which 
wanm the whole house 
evenly by circidating 
hot water to trim base- 









board radiators.The com- 
pact wall-hung boiler 
leaves you with more living 
space, too. 

There's electric ceil- 
ing cable, the completely 
invisible heating system 
that warms your home 
as the sun does, and 
offers room-by-room com- 
fort control besides. — ^- 

There's the electric 
heat pump, providing 
automatic year 'round 
comfort conditioning 
b)^ warming in the 
vsdnter and cooling in 
the summer 

And of course there 
are electric unit heaters, 
wall-mounted to give 
quick warmth in special 
rooms and hard-to-heat 
areas of the home. 

Each is different. 

Each is worth 
holding out for. 

So don't fall in 
love with a house until 
you've checked the 
heating system. Once 
you know it's electric, 
you can warm up to it. 
' Because it'll warm 
you up for a long, bng ' 

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7h« Sun— t»Mjr«doy, AAoy 24, 1973 Pop^sj 




Firtt Colonial Road run- 
ning a dla^nct of 200 faat 
along tha Smitharn 
proparty Una, running a 
dittanca of WJi faat atong 
tha Wtatam proparty Una 

Sjtwilno a dWanca of 
M»-a|eng tiM Nar- 
»rap«rty Una. Said 
contains 0.77 acra.' 
(Camdan Eatatat ■ Laural 
Manor Araa). LYN. 
NHAVEN OOfiOUGH. 

raNOO WNIOUOH 

«. Application of Louit c. 
Jamat and Virginia W. 
Jamat by Stanlay A. 
Phillips, Attomay, for a 
CHANGING OF ZONING 
from Agricultural DIsh'ict 
(A-R) to Agricultural 
District (A-R) with a 
Atotel, Tourist and 
ftastaurant (T-a) Sup- 
plamant an«| a USE 
PERMIT to construct a 
WO-unIt moM, hailport and 
small aircraft landing fh'lp 
on cartain proparty 
baglnning at a point 1.4 
mllas mora or lass North of 
tha Virginia-North 
Carolina Stata Ulna, 
running a distance of MO 
faat mora or less along the 
Eastern property line 
(Atlantic Ocean), running 
a distance of 1500 feet more 
or less along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of MO feet more or 
less along ttw Western 
property line and running a 
distance of ISOO feet more 
or less along tha Southern 
property line, Said parcel 
contains 20.O acres more 
or less. (Falsa Cape Area). 
PUNGO BUROUGH. 

7. /plication of Alton E. 
Turner for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Agricultural 
Restrlctad DIshrlct (AR) 
to Residence Duplex 
District 2 (RD 2) on cer- 
tain proparty beginning at 
a point 383 feet East of 
Princess Anne Road, 
running a distance of 200 
feet along the North side of 
Malbon Road, running a a 
distance of 4f9.M feet along 
the Western property line, 
running a distance of 200 
feet along the Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 489.M feet along 
the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel contains 2.25 
acres more or less. 
PUNGO BOROUGH. 

8. Application of the City 
of Virginia Beach, 
Department of Parlo and 
Recreation, for a USE 
PERMIT to constru<;t a 
park on certain property 
lotMd at the Southeast 
corner of Campbell's 
Landing Road and Morris 
Neck Road, running a 
distance of 300 feet along 
the East side of Morris 
Neck Roadi running a 
distance of 550 feet along 
the South side of Camp- 
bell's Landing Road, and 
running a distance of 300 
feet along the Eastern 
property line and running a 
distance of 550 feet along 
the Souttiem property line. 
Salrf parcel contains 3.8 
a^asmoreor less. (Creeds 
Airfield Area). PUNGO 
BOROUGH. 

BAYSIDE BOROUGH 

9. Application of Dick C. 
Harris for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Residence 
Suburban District 4 (R-S 4) 
to Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-M) 
on certain property located 
at the Southwest corner of 
Bay View Avenue and 
Lauderdale Avenue 
(formerly Lake Avenue) 
running a distance of 3N 
feet along the South side of 
Lauderdale Avenue, 
running a distance of 30 
feet along the West side of 
Bay View Avenue and 
running a distance of 450 
feet more or lass akmg the 
Southern Proparty line 
(Chubb Lake) and running 
a distance of 37 feet along 
the Western property line. 
Said parcel is known as 
Block 21, Plat of 
Chesapeake Park. 
(Chesapeake Beach Araa). 

, BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

10. Applicant of the City 
of Virginia Beach, 
Department of Parks and 
Recreation, for a USE 
PERMIT to comhruct a 
park on certain property 
beginning at a point 2240 
feet n>ore or less East of 
Newtown Road (Davis 
Corner) and 200.10 feet 
South of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a 
distance of 17«.70 feet atong 
the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 700 
feet along tha Western 
proparty line, running a 
distance of 24I.1* feat atong 
the Seuttwm property Una 
and running a distance of 
725 feet more or less atong 
the Eastam property line. 
SaM parnl contains 3.9S6 
acres. (Tidewater 
Christian School Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH 

11. Appllcatton of Crown 
Central petroleum Cor- 
poratton by Josoph Lawter, 
Attomay, fw a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from Retail 
Buslnaas District (B-D to 
(General Businau District 
(B 2) and a USE PERMIT 
to construct a gasollna 
supply statton with car 
wa^ on cartohi property 
beglnnMtg at a point 439.44 
feet west of Holly Road, 
running a distance of 1R.84 
faat atong ttw North side of 
Laskm Road, runnbig a 
distance of 153.06 feet along 
the Western oroperty lli». 
running a dmancaof MM 
feet alona ttw Nocttiem 
property Una and runnkig a 
distance of WM ta« atong 
ttie Eastam p-oparty line. 
Safe»p«^l contains 30J«l 
sqolra feet. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

12. ^^plication of ^**>n 
H. Pully by W. «e«rd 
HM^ns, Jr., Attamay, lor 
a CHANGE OF ZONING 
frem HtoMHolal DMrlct 
(M-H) lo Ra«^ •**•? 
DM^Nrt (B 1) on earWn 



property beginning at a 
pMntSSOfeatNorttiofWh 
Street, rurni^ a dWanca 
of » Mat tsuim HMf East 
Xda of Aflantte A«wnue, 
"ftmiija dl«gn»o»MO 
feat along Hia NOfttiafn 
properly Una. running a 
distance Of ]f Mat atong ttw 
Eastern proparty Una and 
running a dlitanM of ISO 
feat atong ttia Sewttwra 
property fine. SaM parcel 
Is known as ttta Souttwm 25 
featofLet^Btocfc»,Map 
of Virginia Baach and 
contains 3790 square faat. 
VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

13. Appllcatton of Joe B. 
Bliss for a USE PERMIT to 
operate bleycto rental on 
certain property tocated on 
the Souttiaast comer of 
Atlantic Avenue and I4tti ' 
Street on property known 
as the Holiday House 
Motel. Sato parcel is n feet 
by 25 feet. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVII.I.I BOROUON 

14. Appllcatton of Mr. 
and Mrs. Paul C. Bern- 
hardt for a USE PERMIT 
to stable 2 horses on certain 
property beginning at a 
point one mile mon or less 
East Of Elbow Road, 
running a distance of 243.1 
feet along ttte Soutti side of 
Indian River Road, run- 
ning a distance of 803.« faat 
along the Eastern proparty 
line, running a distance of 
20 feet atong tha Southern 
property line and running a 
distance of 732.26 feet atong 
tha Western proparty line. 
Said parcel contains 2 
acres more or less. 
KEMPSVILLE BOR- 
OUGH. 

15. Appllcatton of J. E. 
Jones for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Residence 
Suburban District 3 (R-S 3) 
to General Commercial 
District 3 (C-G 3) on cer- 
tain property tocated at the 
intersectton of Parliament 
Drive and Prlncau Anne 
Road running a distance of 
74 feet along ttia t4ortti side 
of Parliament Drive, 
running a distance of 2^.9 
feet atong ttte Western 
property tine, running a 
distance of 70 feet along ttia 
Northern property line 
(Norfolk and Southern 
Railway Right of Way), 
running a distance of 220 
feet along tha Eastern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 0.37 acre. 
(Arrowhead Plaxa Shop- 
ping Center Area), 
KEMPSVILLE BOR- 
OUGH. 

16. Appllcatton of Trant- 
Berkshire development 
corporation, by John B. 
James, attorney, fOr a 
Change of Zoning from 
Rural Residence District 1 
(R-R1) to Rural Residence 
Dish-ict 3a (R-R3a) and 
Residence Suburban 
District 1 (R-Sl) on certain 
proparty tocated at the 
Northwest intersectton of 
Inlynnview Road and Five 
Points Road. Said Parcel 
contains 43 acres more or 
less. 

Parcel A: Change of 
zoning from R-Rl to R- 
R3a: 3.8 acres more or less. 

Parcel B: Change of 
zoning from RRI to R-S1: 
39.3 acres more or leu. 

Plats with nwre detailed 
information are available 
In the Department of City 
Planning (Trantwood 
Shore-Brittany Estates 
Southern Points Area). 

LYNNHAVEN BORO- 
UGH. 

Richard J. Webtaon 
City Clerk 

The Virginia Beach 
Board of Zoning Appeals 
will conduct a Public 
Hearing on Wednofday, 
June6, 1973, at 7:30 P.M. In 
the Municipal Court 
Building, upstairs court 
room. City Hall, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. The 
following applications will 
appear on tha agenda. 

1. Boulevard Canter, Inc. 
by Oscar Northen 
Associates, Inc. requests a 
variance of 15 feet to a 55 
foot front yard setback 
Instead of 70 feet as 
ra«ilrad (eastern 57.78 feet 
of ttw proposed bulhling) of 
Parcel 1. beginning TOO feet 
east of ttia Intarsactlon of 
ttie norttwrly line of Laskin 
Road, wittt ttw easterly line 
of South Oriole Drive, 
atong Laskin Read. Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

2. Elizabeth Eagler 
requests a variance of 17 
feet to a 13 foot front yard 
sattwck instead of 30 faat as 
required irf Part of Lots 1 
and 2. BWck 23, Lynnhaven 
Shores, 2190 Vista CIrcto. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

3. Loyd H. fMwton and 
Olive V. Newton request a 
variance of 10 faat toj|^2 
foot front yard aataack 
instead of M faat as 
required ef Lot 40, Broad 
Bay Colony. Blueberry 
Road. Lynnhaven Beiwi^. 

4. Walter M. Oden 
rbquwts a varlanc* of 6 
feet to a 4 foot sMa y«^ 
sattwdt and a varlanca of 6 
toot toa 4 foal rair iwrd 
sattiaat bwtaMi of • W fart 
side and rear yard Ktti a ck 
as raquirad of La* M, Mock 
8. BaytaM Phwa, 4194 John 
Sliver Read. Bayside 
Borough. 

5. A. Dale Bowen 
requests a variance to 
build a dHpm on a let 30.» 
feet ta wMNi and 2J1S 
square feat In area m^aad 
of 90 faat In wWtti and 5480 
Miuara feat ki araa as 
requind of Lot 1% 1^ of 
C. L. Benney, Wtti Street. 
Lynnfwven Bereuob. 

6. Wllllam V. Dowding 
re«iesto a variance of 10 
feet to a 9feQt axfortor yard 
seWwck Instead oils faat as 
rai^lrad and a vartonce ef 
5 feet to a 9 faol rmr yard 
satbadi toetaadof lOfaet m 
re«ilr«d and a variance «« 
SO square foM to » stpwre 
feet minimum dwelling 
untt (tor ' 



Realty CO., 205 74tti Sttaat. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

7. Roy F. and Anne L. 
ivai nouast • variance of 
» faat to • 5 foof roar yard 
satoacli Hwtead 29 feet as 
raqulrad and a variance of 
3 taat to a 3 fool side ^vd 
safbad( instead of 6 faat as 
raqulrad of Lots 8 and 9. 
Block 107, 1204 
Mediterranean Avenue. 
Virginia B ea ch Borough. 

8. S. H. Tyler requests a 
vwrianca o( 19 feet to a 35 
foot ftoitt yard setback 
Instead of 90 feet as 
raqulrad of Lois 39 and 36, 
North Linkhorn Park, 
Soutt) Bay SUton Orhre. 
Lyimnaven Borough. 

9. Russell P. Clark 
requests a variance of M 
square feat of sign area to 
120 square feet Instead of M 
square feat of sign area as 
allowed at the King's 
Shapping Center area, 
London Bridge, 2334 
Virginia Baach Boulevard. 
Lyraihavan Borou^. 

10. McDonald's 
Restaurant by Cardinal 
Sign Corporatton requests 
a variance of 40 si^re feet 
of addlttonal sign area for a 
total of 716 square feet 
Instead of 264 square feet 
as allowad and to allow ttils 
requested addlttonal sign 
araa to be placed on ttie 
now existing non- 
conforming frea-standing 
sign of 300 square feet per 
face for a total of 320 
square feat per face at 4608 
Haygood Road, Haygaod 
Shopping Center area. 
BaysMa Borough. 

11. McDonald's 
Restaurant by Cardinal 
Sign Corporatton requests 
a variance of 40 square feet 
of addlttonal sign area for a 
total of 516 square feet 
instead of 200 square feet 
as altowed and to allow 
non-conformln« free 
standing sign of 200 square 
feet per face for a total of 
220 square feet per face at 
66M Indian River Road, 
Sherry Park. Kampsville 
Borough. 

12. McDonald's 
Restaurant by Cardinal 
Sign Corporation requests 
a variance of 40 square feet 
of addlttonal sign area for a 
total of 516 square feet 
Instead of 264 square feet 
as allowed and to allow this 
requested additional sign 
area to be placed on ttie 
now existing non- 
conforming free-standing 
sign of 200 square feet per 
face for a total of 220 
square feet per face at 1676 
Laskin Road, Hilltop area. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

13. McDonald's 
Restaurant by Cardinal 
Sign Corporation requests 
a variance of 40 square feet 
of additional sign area for a 
total of 916 square feet 
Instead of 140.8 square feet 
as altowed and to altow this 
requested additional sign 
area to be placed on the 
now existing non- 
conforming free-standing 
sign of 200 square feat i^ 
face per face for a total of 
220 square feet per face of 
5269 Princess Anne Road, 
Kampsville Plaza Shopping 
Center. Kempsville 
Borough. 

14. McDonald's 
Restaurant by Cardinal 
Sign Corporation requests 
a vwlance of M square feet 
of addlttonal sign area for a 
total of 516 square feet 
instead of 236.8 square feet 
as altowed and to allow ttiis 
requested additional sign 
araa to be placed on the 
now existing non- 
conforming free-standing 
sign of 200 square feet per 
face for a total of 220 
square feet per face at 3852 
Virginia Baach Boulevard, 
BIrchweed Gardens. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

15. McDonald's 
Restaurant by cardinal 
Sign Corporation requests 
a variance of 40 square feet 
of addlttonal sign area for a 
total of 316 square feet 
Instead of 276 square feet 
as allowad (variance 
granted AAarch 1, 1972) and 
to allow ttils requested 
additional sign araa to be 
on ttie now existing free- 
standing sign of 100 square 
feet per face for a total of 
120 square feet per face at 
5151 Shore Drive, 
Amphibious Manor. 
Bayside Bwough. 

ALL APPLICANTS 
MUST APPEAR BEFORE 
THE BOARD. 



W. L. Towers 
Secretary 



5-2441 



2T 



Commonwealth oj 
Virginia, 

in ttw Clerk's OHIce of 
ttw Circuit DKirt of ttw City 
of Virginia Beach, on ttw 
iStti day of May, 1972. 

Edna Pauline James, 

PtalnfIN, 

against 

Luther William James, 



ORDER OF 
miKICATION 

The oblect of ttils suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
cwto Matt-lmonii from ttw 
said ^lafendant, upon ttw 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavtt having 
bean made and filed ttwt 
doe dlUgance having been 
uaad py or on behalf of 
Cenvlahiant to Mcartaln 
In vrtildt coimty or cor- 
poration ttw defendant is, 
wltHeut affect his last 
known poet office address 
being Colchester Road, 
Vlrgmia Baach. Virginia. 

It Is ofderad ttwt ha do 
app e a r here witttin 10 (ten) 
days aftar Aw publlcatton 
lisraof. and do wtwt nwy be 
necaasary to protect his 
in ttiis suit. 



feet mlnlimin* dwaUMtg 
untt as raqtriratf af Lais 76. 
77 andm Mt af 



JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK 

Lktda Naal Hill D. CMrk. 

CremwM, OilvertiBwaa li 
WMMlNint 



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Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

in ttw Clerk's On^ of 
ttw Circuit Court of ttw CHy 
of Virginia Beach, on ttw 
IStti day of May, 1973. 

Wl If redo C. Zabala, 

PtalntHf, 

agaknst 

LHIa M. V. Zabala, 

Defendmt. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



The oblect of ttiis suit is 
for ttw sakl plaintlH to 
obtain a divorce a vincuto 
matrimonii from the saW 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertkm. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed ttiat 
ttw defendant is not a 
resMent of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
105 Jose Rizal Avenue, 
AAakati Rizal, Philippines. 

It Is ordered ttiat she do 
afipeer here wittiln 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
Interest In this suit. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK. 

Phyllis N. Styron Deputy 

Ctork. 

Mr. Grover C. Wright, Jr., 

Atty. 

P. 0. Box 51, 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

524,31,6-7,14 4T 

SPECIAL COMMISSIO- 
NERS' 
SALE OF 
VALUABLE PROPERTY 

Pursuant to a decree 
entered in ttie Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, on the 2Sth 
day of April, 1973, in the 
Chancery cause entitled 
"Rosa Jones et si. Com- 
plainants vs. Nini Aline 
Block et al. Defendants" 
therein pending and 
identified as Chancery 
Docket No. 16.335, the 
undersigned Bruce G. 
Muri^y and Henry M. Sch- 
wan, Special Com- 
missioners, will sell at 
public auction (for cash 
and subject of confirmation 
and approval by the said 
Court) at the herinafter 
described property at 10:00 
a.m, o'clock on Friday, 
AAay 25, 1973, ttie following 
property, to-wit: 

All of that certain lot, 
piece or parcel of land, 
with the buildings and 
improvements thereon, 
situate, lying and being In 
the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and being 
txwndad and described as 
follows: Beginning at a 
point in tha ^northwest 
corner of the intersection of 
21st St. 8i Lee St., thence 
westerly along the north 
sidaof Jlfl SlTto a«)int th 
the property line dividing 
property of Ashton H. 
Pully, Jr. and the property 
herein being described, 
thence northerly along the 
eastern property line of 
Ashton H. Pully, Jr. to a 
point on Lee St., which said 
point is the northeastern 
corner of property of 
Ashton H. Pully, Jr. and 
the northwestern corner of 
the property herein being 
described, thence along the 
souttiem and western side 
of Lee St., being a curve to 
the right, to ttie point of 
beginning. 

TERMS: Bidding shall 
begin at $75,000.00; sale 
shaii be for cash, a deposit 
of 10 per cent ot the highest 
bid is required of the 
successful bidder im 
mediately; settlement 
shall be made within seven 
days after confirmation of 
sale by the aforesaid Court. 

BRUCE G. MURPHY. 
SPECIAL COMMISSION- 

Senry M. SCHWAN, 
SPECIAL COMMISSION- 
ER 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA, 
BEACH 

511-73 

I hereby certify ttiat 
Bond in the penalty of 
Seventy-five thousand 
($75,000.00) dollars, witti 
corporate surety, has been 
given in the Chancery 
matter of Rosa Jones, et al 
vs Nini Aline Black, et al. 
No. 16335, by Bruce G. 
AAurphy and Henry M. Sch- 
wan. Special Com- 
mlHionars. 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit D.C. 
5-24 IT 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 

CLERK'S OFFICE OF 

The CIRCUIT COURT OF 

THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 

BEACH ON THE IStti DAY 

OF A«AY, 1973. 

KEMPSVILLE BUILDING 

MATERIALS, INC. 

Plaintiff 

vs. 

JAMES E. HORTON 

t-a Best Drywall Company 

4232 East Ocean View 

Avenue 

Nortolk, Virginia 23518 

LYNNHAVEN BUILDING 
SUPPLY CORPORATION 
Serve on : Donato H. Clark, 
Registered Ag«it 
3500-503 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 

M & S CONSTRUCTION 

CO., INC. 

Serve on: F. Wayne 

AAci.eakay 

Pi esldent wid Registered 

Agent 

2859 Virginia Beach 

Boulevard 

Vk^tola Beach, Virginia 

334R 

IN CHANCERY 
NO.e*ll-M 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION. 



The oblect of ttils suit is 
to determine the amount of 
ttw Plaintiff's lien wid ttw 
amount of any and all other 
liens and the priority 
thereof on the prt^wrty of 
the Defendant, LynNiaven 
Building Supply Cor 
poratton, and to cause the 
said property described as 
Waslilngton Square 
Townhouses, and lying 
between Laskin Road and 
Wolfsnare Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, to be sold 
tosatisfy the claim and lien 
of the PlaintlH and any 
other valid liens according 
to their priority; and. 
Affidavit having been 
made that the Defendant. 
James E. Morton, t a Best 
Drywall Company, is not 
currently a resident of the 
Stato of Virginia, he is 
hereby required to appear 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his Interest. 

It is ORDERED that this 
Order of Publication l>e 
published once a week for 
four (4) successive weeks 
In the Virginia Beach Sun, 
a newspaper having 
general circulation in the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

I ask for this: 
Donald C. Grey 

Donald C. Grey 

Murphy, Grey, Kent and 

Spinks 

2474 East Little Creek Road 

Norfolk, Virginia 23518 

5-24,31,6-7,14 4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office ot 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach on the 
15th day of May, 1973. 

Katharine Rebecca 

Saunders McAlpine, 

PlaintlH, 

against 

Frederick Augustus 

McAlplne, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
for the said piaintiH to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, and the last 
known post office address 
being: 2507 Auburn Drive, 
Cocoa, Florida. 

Jt is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to prote ct h i s .- 
interest in this suit. • 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK 

Phyllis N. Styron Deputy 

Clerk. 

Mr. Grover C. Wright, Jr., 
Atty. 

P.O. Box 51, 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23458 
5 24,3I,6-7,144T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's OHice of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
17tti day of May, 1973. 
Janet Lee Rose, PiaintiH, 
against 

John Franklin Rose, 
Defendant. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 



The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of Desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post oHice address being 
225 South Main Street, 
Tiptonville, Tennessee. 

It is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK 

Linda Noel Hill, Deputy 

Clerk. 

Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society p.q. 
700 Duke St. 
Norfolk, Virginia 
5 24,31, 6-7, 14 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE ■©F 
THE Clf^CUIT COURT OF 
THE dlTY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 16th 
DAY OF MAY, 1973. 

IN CHANCERY 
NO. C-73-SS3-A 

In re: Adoption of Robert 

Wayne AAorgan 

By: Paul Luther Gardner 

and Kathy AAarie, 

Johnson AAorgan Gardner 

Petitioners 

To: David Harrison 

AAwgan 

Route 1 

Dayton, New York 

ORDER 

This day came Paul 
Luttier Gardner and Kathy 
Marie Johnson Morgan 
Gardner, Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect ttw adoption of the 
above named infant, 
Robert Wayne Morgan, by 
Paul Luttier Gardner and 
Kathy Marie Johnson 
Mw^I«i Gardner, husband 
and wife, and aHidsvit 
twving been made and filed 
that David Harrison 
Morgan, a natural parent 
of saM :h:io, is a non 



resident ot tne State of 
Virginia, the last kno«m 
post oHice address beMig: 
Route 1, Dayton, New 
York. 

It Is therefore Ordered 
that the said David 
Harrison AAorgan appear 
before this Court wittiln ten 
(10) days after publlcatton 
of this Order and indlcato 
his attitude toward ttw 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J.Curtis Fruit D.C. 

Stepehn R Margulies p.q. 
29 Selden Arcade 
Norfolk Virginia 

5 24,31,6 7,14 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH ON THE nth DAY 
OF MAY, 1973. 

IN CHANCERY NO: 
C-71-S28 
NATIONAL MORTGAGE 
CORPORATtON, Com- 
plainant, 
vs. 

VERNON AND ELLEN 
JUANITA ROBINSON 
9829 Lawyer Road 
Charlotte, Nortti Carolina 
and 

WILLIE BERNARD AND 
MINNIE LEATRICE 
ROBINSON 
109 Palm Beach Place 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452, 
Defendants. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The oblect of this suit Is 
for the complainant to have 
a Substitute Trustee ap- 
pointed to that certain 
Deed of Trust dated 
January 26, 1967 securing a 
loan In the original prin- 
cipal sum of $5,550.00, 
made payable to National 
Mortgage Corporation and 
duly recorded in the 
Clerk's OHice of the Circuit 
Court for the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia in 
Deed Book 993, page 734 tor 
the following property, to- 
wit: 

"All that certain tract, 
piece or parcel of land, 
situate, located and being 
In Seaboard Magisterial 
District of Princess Anne 
County, Virginia, and more 
particularly bounded and 
described as follows: 
Beginning at a point on the 
western side of Holland 
Swamp Road at a point 
197.6'sfrom the south line 
of the property now or 
formerly owned by Mrs. J. 
C. Sawyer as shown on a 
plat designated "Property 
of Geneva Fitchett located 
near Landtwon, Princess 
Anne Col, Va.", which said 
plat is recorded in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit 
Court of Princess Anne 
County, Virginia, with deed 
from Madge E. Johns and 
husband to Charlie Lae 
Robinson, dated January 
27, 1961 and from said point 
running S 4 degrees IC E 
along the western side of 
Holland Swamp Road 197.5' 
to a point: thence turning 
and running N 70 degrees 
10' W 43.59 {to a point in or 
on the Bone River Canal; 
thence turning and running 
N 20 degrees 23' W 161.5' 
along the Bone River Canal 
to a point: thence turning 
and running in a general 
easterly direction in as 
straight line to the point of 
beginning and being 
southern part of the 
property shown on said 
olat. 

An aHidavId has been 
made and filed that Vernon 
and Ellen Juanita 
Robinson are non residents 
of this State, it is ordered 
that they appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
of this order and protect 
their interests herein. 

IT IS ORDERED that tha 
foregoing portion of this 
Order be published once a 
week for four successive 
weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
having a general cir- 
culation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

NATIONAL MORTGAGE 

CORPORATION 

By: Ronald J. Berg, Of 

Counsel 

A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By J. Curits Fruit, D.C. 

RONALD J. BERG, p.q. 
18 Selden Arcade 
205 E. Plume Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

5 17,24,31,6-7 4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

in the Clerk's OHice of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach on 14th 
day of May, 1973. 
NANNIE M TURNER, 
Complainant 
VS. 

IVA L. TURNER, 
Incompetent and 
MARGARET LOUISE 
TURNER NELSON, 
Committee Respondents. 
ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION C73- 584 

THEOJBECT of this suit 
IS to Obtain the refor- 
mation ot a deed conveying 
a portion of the following 
described property unto 
one Robert Turner (see 
deed from Iva L Turner to 
Robert Turner dated April 
6, 1960 and recorded in the 
Clerk's oHice of the Circuit 
Court in the City of Virginia 
Beach In Deed Book 6^ at 
page 28) 

ALL that certain tract or 
parcel of land with im- 
provements thereon 
situated in Seaboard 
Magisterial Oistrict of ttie 
County of Princess Anna 
(now the City of Virginia 
Beach in the State ot 
Virginia, and described on 
a plat entitled "Lands of 
Mrs Ethel Whitehurst 
Edmond, Princess Anne 
County, Virginia, surveyed 
by J E Old, OcW>er 1908" 
«M to be recorctod with ttiis 



dead as containing 
Savanty-nlna (79) acres In 
onapwrcal ftkl ena hundraB 
and five (105) aqrM 'In 
anothar parcel; tald 
savanty-nlna (79) acre 
trad fronto on ttw Salam 
Road and ttw taM ana 
hundred and riva (109) acra 
tract Grants an ttw Nortti 
Landing Road; betti tracto 
bamg mora fully boundad 
and dascrlbad on said plat. 
Being a part of the 
proparty devised to the 
grmtor Ettwl Whitehurst 
Edmond, as Ethal 
Whitehurst, by will of 
Emellne Woodhousa, 
recorded in ttie Clerk's 
OHIca of ttie Circuit Court 
of Princess Anne County, 
Virginia, In Wilt Book 6. 
page 33. — 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tha respondents are not 
residents of ttw State of 
Virginia, their last known 
address being as follows; 

Iva L. Turner and 
AAargarat Louise Turner 
Nelson, 11072 116tti Straat, 
Nortti Largo, Florida; It Is 
ordered ttiat ttiey do ap- 
pear here within ten (10) 
days aHer due publlcatton 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect their 
interest In this suit. 
ENTER JOHN V. FEN- 
TRESS, CLERK 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
W. Edward Hudglns, |r. 
Attorney 

2635 Princess Anna Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23456 
5-17,24,31-6-7 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 9tti DAY 
OF AAay, 1973. 
In re: Adoption of Tammy 
Leigh Bond 

By: Stephen Nelson 
Clayton Si Charlotte Bond 
Clayton 

Petitioners 
To: Johnny Boyd Bond 
c-o J.H. Barnes 
1306 Walnut Stt-aat 
Cary, North Carolina 27511 
IN CHANCERY 
No. C-73-S07-A 
ORDER 

This day came Stephen 
Nelson Clayton and 
Charlotte Bond Clayton, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
eHect the adoption of the 
above named infant, 
Tammy Leigh Bond, by 
Stephen Nelson Clayton 
and Charlotte Bond 
Clayton, husband and wife, 
and aHidavit having been 
made and filed that Johnny 
Boyd Bond, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
CO J.H. Barnes, 1306 
Walnut Street, Cary, North 
Carolina. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Johnny Boyd 
Bond appear before this 
Court wimin ten (10) days 
aHer publication of this 
Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 
A copy test: 
John V. Fentress, Clark 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Garland M. Layton, p.q. 
1910 Pleasure House Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-17,24,31,6-7 (4T) 

NOTICE 

VIRGINIA: 

The regular meeting of 
ttie council Of ttie City of 
Virginia Baach will be held 
in ttw Council Chambers of 
the Administration 
Building, City Hall, 
Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
on /Monday, June 4, 1973, at 
2:00 p.m. at which time tha 
toltowmg appllcatton will 
be heard: 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 

Application of PuttA- 
Round for a USE PERMIT 
to operate a minlatura golf 
course on certain proparty 
tocated on the South side of 
Parliament Drive,' 
beginning at a point 675 feat 
more or less East of the 
intersection of Parllamant 
I^lve and Princass Anna 
Road. Said partel contains 
9100 square feet - and is 
locate In the Arrowhead 
Plaxa Shopping Center. 
Plats wItti more deflalad 
information are available 
in the Department of City 
Planning. (Arrowhead 
Plaza Shoping Center). 
KEMPSVILLE BOR 
OUGH. 

Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk 

517,24-2T 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

In ttie Clerk's OHice of 
the Circuit Court of ttie City 
of Virginia Baach, on the 
10th day of May, 1973. 
ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 
Ruby Dahlia Snowdan, 
PiaintiH, 
against 

Walter Clinton Snowden, 
Jr., Defendwit. 

The object of ttiis sutt is 
fn- ttie said Plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vincuto 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon th* 
grounds of dese r t ton . 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is ffot a 
Resident of ttie State of 
Virginia, ttie last known 
pMt office address being 35 
Mechanic Street Mid 
dteport. New York, 14105. 
It is ordered ttwt ha do 
aM>ear here within 10 (tan) 
days affer due publlcatton 
hereof , and do what niwy ba 
necessM'y to protect his 
Interest in ttiis SMrt. 
A Mpy— Testo: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
CLERK 

LMday Noel HIM, Clark ' 
William E Barra 
2I»7 MMIwid Road 
Virginia Beach, va. 

5-17,344»6^74T 



Commonwealth of 
Vlrginta, 

In ttw Clark's Offkw of 
ttw Circutt Court of ttw City 
of VIrglnto Boach. on ttw 
lltti day of May, 1973. 

ORDIROP 
PUBLICATION 

Robert Carl Barnes, 

PlaintHf, 

against 

Carolyn Kay Bates Barnes, 

Defendant. 

Tha Oblect of Mils sutt Is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vincuto Matrimonii from 
tha saw defendant, upon 
tha grounds of Parties 
having lived separata and 
apart without any 
cohabltatton and wittwut 
interruption for two yaars. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed "ttwt 
the defendant Is not a 
resldant of ttia Stata of 
Virginia, ttw last known 
poat office address being 
110 Wast Glenn St. Sum- 
marvllle, Seutti CanMlna. 

It Is ordered ttwt She do 
appear hare within 10 
(Ten) days aftar due 
publlcatton haraof, and do 
what nrwy ba nacaiaary to 
protect her Intarast In this 
suit. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK 

Linda Noal Hill Deputy 

Clark. 

Glenn B. McClanan p.q. 
51N Bonnay Road 
VIrglnto Baach, Virginia 
517.2441.6-7 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 11 DAY 
OF MAY, 1973. 

In Chancery 
Na. 16741-A 



In re: Adoptton of Noel L. 

Parks 

By: Joseph J. Zeno t, 

Louise M. Zeno, Petltlonars 

To: Arthur Parks 

State of Maryland 

ORDER 

This day came Joseph J. 
Zeno and Louise M. Zeno, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the oblect 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of tha 
above named Infant, Noal 
L. Parks, by Joseph J. Zeno 
and Louise M. Zeno, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having bean made 
and filed that Arthur 
Parks, a natoral parent of 
said child, Is a non-resident 
of ttw State of Virginia, ttw 
last known , post office 
address being: State of 
Maryland. 

it Is therefore Ordered 
that the said Arthur Parks 
appear before ttils Court 
wittiln ten (10) days affer 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitod*. 
toward the proposed 
adoptton, or otherwise do 
what Is necessary to 
protect his Interest In this 
matter. 

A copy testo: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit D.C. 

Stanlay A. Phillips p.q. 
P.O. Box 4037 
Virginia Baach, Virginia 
5-17,24,31,6-7 

CO/MMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA. 

In ttw Cark's Office Of ttw 
Circutt court ot me City of 
Virginia Baach, on ttw )af 
,day of AAay. 1973. 
ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 
Carroll Mlllus WIshart, 

Plaintiff, 

against _. 

Jerry Royal WIshart, 
Defendant. 

The object of ttils suit is 
to obtain a divorce a 
Vinculo MatrimonnI from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of living 
separately and apart for 
more than hwo (2) yaars. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
ttw defendant Is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, tha tost known 
post office addroM being 
2322V^ 15tti Ave. Nortti, St. 
Petersburg, Ftorida. 

It Is ordered ttwt he do 
appear here withirt 10 (ten) 
days affer due publlcatton 
hereof, and do wtwt may ba 
necessary to profacf his 
Interest in ttiis suit. 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Linda Noel Hill O.CIork. 
Gay Millus, Jr. p.q. 
524 Independence Blvd. 
Va. Beach, Virginia 
5-10,17.2441 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF **- 
^ THE CIRCUIT CO^RT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 1st DAY 
OF MAY, 1973. 

IN CHANCERY 
Na.l6669-B 
in re: Adoption of Sally 
Ann Naedham, Donna Lee 
Needham, Rosa Ellen 
Needham and Angela 
Colleen Needham 
By: Robert D. Ruff In, Jr. 
and Annaball Lee Ruffin, 
Petittoners 

To: Kenneth Huay 
Necdtwm 
7m Bay Sh'eet 
Norfolk, Virginia 
ORDER 
This day came Robert D. 
Ruffin, Jr. and Annaball 
Lee Ruffin, Petitioners, 
and repres«itad ttwt ttw 
Mject of this proceeding is 
to effect ttw adoptton of ttw 
above named Infants. Sally 
Ann Naacffwm. Donna Lee 
Needham, Rose Ellen 
Needham> and Angela 
colleen Needham, by 
Robert D. Ruff Mi, Jr. and 
Annaball Lae Ruffin, 
husband and wito, and 
affidavtt having been made 
and filed ttwt due dill^nn 
has been used by or to 
behalf of ttie PetitiOnars to 
asc^tain in wAilch county 
or city Kennatti Huay 
Naadkam, ttw natural 



fattwr of saM cMMron IB. ;■: 
wittwut aftoct, Nw HM :■ 
known poat oMica addraia :■: 
being: IBtti Bay Stroit. • 
Norfolk, Virtlnta. 

It Is ttwrafora Orriarad 
ttwt ttia sakl KannaMi Huay :> 
Naadtwm appear batora ■> 
ttils Court wittito ton (10) 
days after puMlcatlen of 
ttito Order and Mteata Ms . 
attitude toward tba ; 
proposed adoption, or 
otharwisa do what Is 
necessary to pra«oct Me 
interest in Nils nwHar. 
A copy toato: Jatw V. 
FantrMS, Clark 
By: J. Curtis Fruit D.C. 
Donald C. Gray p.q. 
3474 East Llttto CraaK Road 
ftorfolk, Virginia 

5- 10.174441 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OP 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE Itt DAY 
OF MAY, 1973. 

INCNANCBRY 
Ha.cn-m-ti --.-. 
In re: Adoption of Lorl 
Rose Walsh. Micbate Marto 
Walsh and John' JoaapH ^ 
Walsh. II 

By: Joe Haywood Banwi 
and Helen Rose Bamaa 
Pattttonars 

To: John Joaapli Walsh. Jr. 
2017 43rd Avenuie 
Guttport, MlUtosippi 39901 
ORDIR 

This day cama Jeo 
Haywood BarnM »ni 
Helen Rose Barnai, 
Patltlonara, and 
rapresantad ttwt ttw otHad 
of ttils procoading to to 
effect ttie adoptton of ttw 
above named Infanta. Lorl ■' 
Rose Walsh, Michato ^ 
Mirlewalsh and John > 
JMeph Barnes, II by Jaa 
Haywood Barnaa and 
Helen Rosa Barnaa. 
husband and wtta, and 
affidavtt having baan made 
an<^ filed ttwt John Josoph 
Walsh, Jr., a natural 
parent of said children is a 
nonrosiitoiit of ttw Slate of 
Virginia, the last known 
poat office address balngt 
2017 43rd A\ mue, Gt "oort, 
MIssiulppi 39501 

It Is then-lore > -fed 
that ttie said Jvmn lo^aph 
Barnes, Jr. appear before 
ttils Court within ton (10) 
days aftar publlcattot of 
this Order and Indlcatv nis 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect hl8 
Interest In ttits mattor. 
A copy taste: Jghn V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Frutt D.C. 
Wolcott, Spencer, Rivera 

pq- 

and AAcNeal, Attys. 
Plaza One 
Nortolk, Virginia 

5 10,17,2441 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH on ttia 26tti day of 
April, 1973 

tNCHANCBRV 

— r MO.tfW-B 

IN THE MATTER OF: 
The Adoption of Michael 
Jerome Thachqr and BotM 
Kathryn Thachar, wtwsa 
names shall ba changad to 
Michael Jerome Rydall 
and Bette Kattiryn Ryddl ■ 
ORDRROP 
PUBLICATION 
This day cama tha 
Petitioners and 
represented unto ttw Court 
ttwt ttia oblact of ttito 
procoading to to affact ttw 
adoption of the above- 
named Infanta by Rudolph 
Sidney Rydall and Batty 
Joe Rydell. husband tnd 
wife, and to change ttw 
names of ttw said Infanit to 
Michael Jerome Rydell . 
and Bette Kathryn Rydall. 
And an Affidavtt having 
been made and fllad ttiat ^ 
ttie Petltlonars stata HilT 
the natural father of Nw^ . 
said children Is a non- 
resident of the Stato of 
Virginia, and ttiat hto last 
kno«wi post office address 
Is Post Office Box 87, 
Belvidere, Tenneasaa. 

It is, tharefora. OR- 
DERED ttwt he do appear 
hare within tan (10) days 
after due publication of ttiis 
Order and Indlcata hto 
attitude toward tha 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
Intarast in thto propoaad 
adoptton. 

It to further ORDERED 
ttiat the foregoing portton 
of ttils Order of PuWicatton 
be published once a weak 
for four succaulva weeks 
In me Virginia Baach Sun. 
a newspaper having 
general circulatton In the 
City of Virginia Baach, 
Virginia. 

A Copy Testa: JOhn V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
John B. Preston 
PRESTON, PRESTON, 
WILSON a, LAMBERT 
992 First Cotontol Road 
Virginia Beach, VIrglnto 
23454 

Attorney for Petittoners 
5-10,17,2441 4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA: 

in ttw Ctork's OHIce of 
ttw Circuit Court of ttw City 
of VIrglnto Baach, on tha 
3rd day of May. 1973. 
ORDCROP 
PUBLICATION 
Rome Lea Phillips, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Chrtotlne Virginto PMHipa, 
Defendant. 

Tha oblact of ttito «iM to 
to obtato a divorce A 
Vincuto giatrimoidl fram 
ttw said» dafandant, upon 
ttw grounds of daiarlwt. 

And an affidavtt having 
been made and fUad ttw« 
ttw dafandant to a non- 
resident of ttw Stata si 
Vlr^to, ttw last knawn 
post office ad(»vss baing: 
1620 Alcatraz, Barlclay: 
Calitomto 

It to ordarad ttwt m»M 
appoar hara wittibi fan ( 10) 
daysaftar dwa puMicMton 
hereof, and do wtwt mgy ba 
naMsaary to pretact her 
intarMt to ttito sufl. 
A cepy-TMta: John v. 







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Fentress, Clerk 

By. J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 

Clerk 

Glenn B McClanan p.q. 

5-10,17,24,3141 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court ofrfhf City 
■of- Virginia Beach, on the 
4th day of May, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
.■todie Louise Lundy Paige, 
Plaintiff, 

against > 

James Arthur Paige, 
Defendant. 

■ The object of this suit if 

to" obtain a divorce A 

Vinculo Matrimonii from 

the said defendant, upon 

the grounds of the parties 

having lived separate and 

apart without any 

co.iabitatlon and without 

interruption for two years. 

And an affidavit having 

been made and filed that 

%e defendant is not a 

resident of the State of 

Virginia, the last known 

ftost office address being: 

906 Poilet Street, Harvey, 

toutsiana 

It is ordered that he do 

tizappear here within ten (10) 

A days after due publication 

I hereof, and do what may be 

neccessary to protect his 

interest In this suit. 

. .A copyTeste: JOHN V. 

'- FENTRESS; CLERK 

'. By: Sandra Hargrove, D. 

• Clerk 

L_Tldewa?Sr Legal Aid 
7 00 P uk e a tre et 

Norfolk, Virginia 

„^ ^ ^ 5-10,17,24,31 4T 

, Vlfifil^fX: IN THE 
- CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 1st DAY 
OF MAY, 1973. 
n INCHANCERY 
-- No. 1M5I-B 

IB re: Adoption of Thomas 
S^vonsonKuykendall and 
Charles Irvin Kuykendall 
By: Bobby Winston Peoples 
& Marie H. Peoples 
Petitioners 

To: trvin Kuykendall, Sr. 
Greenwood, Mississippi 

ORDER 

This day came Bobby 
Winston Peoples and Marie 
H. Peoples, Petitioners, 
and represented that thf 
object of this proceeding is 
to effect the adoption of the 
above named infant (sL 
1 Th omas Stevenson 
Kuykendall and Charles 
. Irvin KuykentMII, by 

• Bobby Winston Peoples 
r and Marie H. Peoples, 
^ husband and wife, and 
I affidavit having been made 
I and filed that Irvin 

Kuykendall, Sr., a natural 
parent of said children, is a 
nonresident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
Greenwood, Mississippi 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the Mid Irvin 

- Kuykendall, Sr. appear 
before thii Court wl'hin ten 

; noj days after publication 
" of this Order and indicate 
: "his attitude toward the 
' proposed adoption, or 
! otherwise do what is 
; necessary to protect his 

^Jnterest in this matter. 

, A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress,- CTerk 
By J. Coftls Fruit, D.C. 
— AAlctraet E, Bowerman p.q. 
'. 1563 A Laskiin Road 

• Virginia ..Beach, Virginia 
; i;', I. '5-10,17,24,31 4T 

■ VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 

■'. THE (-IPCUIT COURT OF 
:: JHE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 1st DAY 
OF MAY, 1973. 

INCHANCERY 
No. C-73-44S-B 
In re: Adoption of Emma 
Maitland Gibbon 
By: Shane Hamilton 
44udson Farrally Gibbon 
! Kobler and Robert Henry 

■ Kobler Petitioners 

; To: Johi Maitland Gihoon 
; Number ' Evington Road 
Leicester 

■ United Kingdom 

ORDER 

. ; This day came Shane 

— -Hamilton Hudson Farrally 

Gibbon Kcoler and Robert 

Henry Kobler. Petitioners, 

and represented that the 

object of this proceeding is 

to efft .:t the adoption of the 

above named infant, 

Emma Artaitland Gibbon, 

■ ♦ by Shane Hamilton Hudson 

: Farrally Gibbon Kobler 

-_ and Robert Henry Kobler, 

■ ttusoand and wife, and 
, i affidavit having been made 
••^afrd filed that John 

- Maitland Gihbon, a natural 
' ; parent of s. id child, is a 

: non resident of the State of 
«rgin1a, the last known 
post office address being: 
Number 1 Evington PDad, 
Leicester, Unitjjd 
Kingdom. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said John Maitland 
Gibbon appear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protec* nis 
interest in this matter. 
A copy teste: JoTt- V 
Fentress, Clerk 
"By: J. Curtis Fruit DC. 
Fine, Fine, Legur' & Fine 

720 Law Building 
Norfolk, Virginia, USA 

5 10,17,24,31 4T 



COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, ^ 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
1st day of May, 1973. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Margaret Nichols, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Ronnie Lee Webster, 

Defendant. 
The object of this suit is 

to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence having been 
used by or on behalf of 
Complainant to ascertain 
in which county or cor- 
poration the defendant Is, 
without effect the last 
known address being 639 
Baker Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

It is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to , protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
Linda Noel Hill D.Cierk 
James E. Rinehart 
392 Battlefield Blvd. 
Chesapeake, Virginia 
5-10,17,24,31 4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
7th day of May 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Charlotte Sue Ghee, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

John Duncan Ghee, 
Defendant; 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is npt a 
resident of. the State of 
Virginia the last know post 
office address being 1646 
Kanalul Ave., Honolulu, 
Hawaii. 
It Is ordered he do appear 

here within 10 (ten) days 

after due publication 

hereof, and do what may be 

necessary to protect his 

interest in this suit. 

A copy Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK 

Linda Noel Hill, D.Cierk 

Robert Bennett 

500 Beach Tower Building 

t/a. Beach, Va. 

5-10,17,24,31 -4T 



Commonweal th of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's OHice of 
theCircuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
27th day of April, 1973. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Michael Edward Clark, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Deborah J. Clark, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged Into 
a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upoiy the 
arounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
beei made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of ] 
Virginia, and that due 
ciligence has been used by 
or in behalf of the plaintiff 
to ascertain in which 
.ognty or corporation the 
defendant is, without ef- 
fect, her last known post 
office address being: 1801 
Mediterranean Avenue, 
Apt. 6, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 

It Is ordered that she do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
Interest in this suit. 

JOHN V, FENTRESS, 

CLERK. 

Phyllis N. Styron Deputy 

Clerk 

Mr. Osie H. Gay, Jr., Atty. 
2871 River Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
5 3,10,17,24 4T 

VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE DAY OF APRIL, 
1973 

INCHANCERY 
NO. U, S47-A 

In the matter of the 
Adoption of EDWARD 
O'NEAL WILLIAMS, 
formerly known as IR 
VING TEDRICK 
WILLIAMS, a 7 year old 
minor male child, and for a 
Change of Name of such 
^ child to EDWARD O'NEAL 
YODER, by AMANDA V. 
YODER and MICHAEL A. 
YODER, wife and 
husband. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The Object of this suit is 
for ttte adoption erf Edward 



O'Neal Williams, a 7 year 
old minor male child, and 
for the change of name of 
such minor male child to 
Edward O'eal Yodar by 
Amanda V. Yoder «nd 
Michael A. Yoder, wife and 
husband, and an affidavit 
having been made and filed 
by the petitioners, Amanda 
V. Yoder and MIchatI A. 
Yoder, that a valid consent 
to the adoption and change 
of name of such child is 
unobtainable frohi Irving 
Guy Williams, the natural 
father of said minor child 
and that diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of the 
petitioners to ascertain In 
what County or City the 
said natural father Is, 
without effect, and that 
they believe that the said 
father is not a resident of 
the state of Virginia, and 
they pray that an order of 
publication may be entered 
against the natural father, 
his last known post office 
address being in care of his 
mother, Mrs, Leila O, 
Williams, 616 Westover 
Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia, 
and General Delivery, 
Webster, Texas. 

It Is ordered that the said 
Irving Guy Williams to 
appear within 10 days after 
due publication of this 
order and do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interests. 

It Is further ordered that 
the foregoing portion of this 
order be published once a 
week for 4 successive 
weeks in one Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
published In the City of 
Virginia Beach, Irglnla. 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

CATON & WRIGHT 
Attorneys at Law 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

5-3,10,17,24-4T 

Commonwealth ot 
Virginia, ~* '" 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on ttie 
24th day of April, 1973. 



ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

Andrea Lynn Green, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Roy Lee Green, Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo from the said defen- 
dant upon the grounds of 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been used 
by or Inbehalf of the 
complainant to ascertain in 
which county or cor- 
poration the defendant Is, 
without effect, the last 
known post office address 
being: 1300 West Whittle 
Neck Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

It is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 



Babalas, Erilch & Cloud 
Atlantic National Bank 
Sullding 

Norfolk, Virginia 
5-3,10,17,24-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
-Of. Virginia Beach, on the 
27th day of April, 1973. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Gary W. Pedigo, PlahitlH, 
against 

Marcia Pedigo, Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 

to obtain a divorce a mensa 

et thoro from the said 

defendant upon the 
grounds of cruelty and 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Box 171, Crossville, Ten- 
nessee 

It is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten ( 10) 
days after due publicatuon 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 

Clerk. 

Vincent A. Bertollnl 

214 Midtown Building 

Norfolk, Virginia 

5 3,10, 24-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

in the aerk'% OHIce of 
the Circuit Court of ttie City 
of Virginia Beach, on ttte 
24th day of A(m-II, 1973. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Stephen L. Penrod, 

PlaintlN, 

against 

Martha Ann Bynum 

Penrod, Defendant. 

The object of ttiis suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from tt»e 



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said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State. of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
1796 Mynra Lane, Mem- 
phis, Tennessee 38117. 

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appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
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necessary to protect her 
Interest In this suit. 

John V. Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 

Clerk 

AAoore & Brydges 
2413 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
5-3,10,17,24-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
i7th day of April, 1973. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Vickl D. Strasburg, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Douglas K. Strasburg, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, that due diligence 
has been used by or in 
behalf of the plaintiff to 
ascertain in which county 
qr corporation and the 
defendant Is, without ef- 
fect, his last known post 
office address having been 
2405 Saddler Court, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

It is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK. 

Phyllis N. Styron Deputy 

Clerk. 

Mr. Osie H. Gay, Jr., Atty. 
2871 River Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
5 3,10,17,24, 4T 

VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE CIR 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH ON THE 27th DAY 
OF APRIL, 1973 

MARY A. UZZLE and 
JAMES W. ASKEW, 
Plaintiffs, 

V. 

ESTHER ASKEW, ANNIE 
A. SPARROW, 

LAWRENCE ASKEW, 
EUGENE ASKEW, 
CATHERINE A. 
WILLIAMS, HARRIET 
ASKEW, 
Defendants 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of the atwve 
styled suit is to partition 
real property located in the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and commonly 
known and numbered as 
106 South Birdneck Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

It appearing by Affidavit 
filed according to law that 
Eugene Askew, Catt«erine 
A. Williams, and Harriet 
Askew are non residents to 
the Commonwealth of 
Virginia, it-is ordered that 
the said Eugene Askew, 
Catherine A. Williams, and 
Harriet Askew do appear 
within twenty -one (21) 
days after due publication 
of titis Order in the Clerk's 
Office in the said Court and 
CM what is necessary to 
protect their respective 
interest. 

And it is further ordered 
that this Ordjc—Oifc 
publlst«ed^9ncr'^ week for 
four c«»equtive weeks In 
ttte Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

joM V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit DC. 
5 3,10,27,24-4T 



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Available: Birthdays, 
Promotionals and Grand 
Openings. Call 587 3*97 or 
423 4689 

MAGIC SHOWS Par- 

ties, Club meetings, 
luncheons, etc. 
Reasonable. Call 340 0297, 
after 5 pm, 

STORIES, MAGIC, Pup- 
pets — Delightful 
children's entertainment, 
with audience par 
ticipation; birthdays, all 
occasions. Anna Bell, 428 
1804. 



5-SPECIAL SERVICES 



THF PEMBROKE 
-PUPPFT", Arf now 

available^ for Birthdi»y 
Parties, Sppcial F vents, 
etc Children anri Aault 
entertainment ivi 4151 
497 0987 



VIRGINIA > f -. ( H 
'CHIMNEY bwctp and 
fireplace repair 
rjreplaces designed, btjilt 
anb rebuilt. Damptrs 
installed «ind rrpaired 
Guaranteed 'o slop 
smoking Call .t?8 nso 
night or day 




CARPET SHAMPOOER— 
Will train, good pay, own 
transportation. 486-5519. 



SEMI. DRIVERS 
NEEDED — No experience 
necessary. Will train. Earn 
$300. to $400. per week. For 
application, call 317-639- 
6138, or write to Associated 
Systems, 1040 East 
Washington St., In- 
dianapolis, Indiana, 46202, 



MEN - WOMEN - COUPLES 
Interested in 2nd or 3fd 
income part-time from 
yout own home? Etming 
(ram $100 to $1,000 per 
month. For appoiniment 



aa 



497-8575 



' LAMPS 
Made to order 

1 make lamps out o( \i:',t ahout 
anything Mount your tavorite 
tropliy on a lamp 340 979) 




HELLO 
If you can play a musical 
initrament, sing: have a 
band or musical group, 
better register with CaprKorn 
Booking Agency, 399-2139. 
"Where It 's Happening" 



16— HILTWANTIO - HMALI 



MAID Afternoons. For Day 
Care Center. Call 428-6565 
for appointment. 

PART-TIME TYPIST21- 
35, Single, SI. 95 to $2.85 per 
hr. for novel manuscripts. 
35 WPM. 428-9861. 

Sarah Coventry now hiring 
women to ear and sell fine 
fashion jewelry. No In 
vestment no delivery. 
Managers also needed. 497- 
8479. 



PART TIME: 

Hsisnniti/stadMts Off Va.BeKh, 
« BM (Sim BM^) Tilepliom 
S^ $1.75 how ind boMis 

CUMrPMrm 4867026 



BABYSITTING - In my 
home Mon thru Fri. 110 
week. 855 2561. 

BABYSITTING — My 
home, only Mon. Fri. 
fenced yard. 857-5481. " 

BABYSITTING — My 
home 5 days a week, 
Geneva Shores area, 
Chesapeake, 487 7663. 



BLOOD DONORS 
NEEDED 

Earn immediate cash. $40 to 
S60 a month; blouU plasma 
urgently needed. DELMARVA 
Biologicals, Inc., 733 Granby 
St, (511623-3 1 73. 



BOOKEEPING 
AND TAX 
SERVICE 
•HONE587-1822 



Housewives: 

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kimtiXtm* *Mirint«h|iN< 
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- our an^ 4mi I lor |ML Ori 

7I&4KXSI 7B3S4$«a, n»eMm 

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IMMEDIATE OPEt>liNGS 
Navy Veterans 

Income lot pait time 
duty B a weekena wamor 
urith the Naval Mr Rescne. 
Average annual pay tot E-5 
NJili over four years senic^ 
II031 for one weekend each 
month and tvio weeks active 
duty each year. Aviation and 
Clerical ratings desired. 
Advancemenl, Retitement 
Benefits and Seniceman's 
Groups Life Insurance available. 
Gal 444-7071 for details or write 
Navil Mr Rescnw UnH, BIdg. 
LP-12, HAS, Norfolk. Va. 23511 



"OPPORTUNITY" 

Four ladies needed fanmedi- 
ately for several job open- 
ings. $610i monthly. Call 
499-2763 tot an appoint- 
ment 



No. 18 HELP WANTED 
MALE-FEMALE 

CHAIN SAW OPERATOR 
- Experienced. Call 420- 
5831 

D^SK CLERK — Ocean 
Front Motel, night hours, 
mature, responsible, good 
references. Call 428-3390 
after 4 p.m. 



14-HELP WANTED-AAAL E 

AUTO MECHANIC - Must 
have hand tools. 588 7111 



SALESTRAINEES 
Reqardless Ot yoor past vwwit 
bAckqround. we may be able to 
irciinyoufor local lull time sale* 
MIOOO Monthly to start. Call 
<w jr63 



ARMY 

ANNOUNCES 

$2500 

ENUSnVIENT 

BONUS. 

That's on top of the 
Army's new storting salary 
of $307 a month. You 
must be o high school 
graduate, enlist for either 
Armor, Artillery, Infantry 
or special skill areo like 
Radio Teletype or Missile 
Repair, and successfully 
complete your Bask and 
AdvorKed Individual 
Training. Your local Army 
Representative has a 
complete list of bonus jobs 
ani;^ualificatlons. Call 
340-9187 or 499 6878. 
This offer may change or 
be discontinued at o.iy 
time depending on Army 
manpower requirements. 



SALESPEOPLE 

I uH or part lime, no experience 
otcessary Higti commissions. For a 
confidential interview, contact Mr 
Strickland. 4W 7850. 



MEN AND WOMEN 



(30 1301 To earn S100 SI.OOO per 
montii, part time. In ttietr own 
home. For appointment, call 
4M603S 



CANVASSERS 

Door to door, updating Virginia 
Beacl> City Directory. 
Guaranteed salary plus bonus 
plus transportation allowance 
Must be good spellers and tuve 
clear tiandwriting Apply 203 
16tti St . Room S, Va. B«a<h, 10 
am 4pm. Mon. -Fri. 



STUDENTS 



Summer employment for 
students II or older Door to 
door, interviewing to update 
information for Virginia Beacti 
City Directory, No experience 
necessary No selling. 

Guaranteed salary plus bonus. 
M> tiour week, Mon. Fri. Apply 
303 laiit St , va Beacti, Room 5, 
10 a m 4 p.m Mon. Fri. 



PART TIME JOB 

RETIREE ... ACTIVE PERSON TO DISTRIBUTE 
SUMMER BEACH PUBLICATION IN VIRGINIA 
BEACH AREA. NEED MATURE PERSON (man 
or woman) WHO ENJOYS WORKING WITH 
PEOPLE AND TAKES PRIDE IN A JOB WEU 
DONE. MUST HAVE OWN CAR. CONTACT MR. 
T. JAY4RUMBLEY OR MJiS.OLDAKER, 

VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, 

138 Rosemont Road, 

CaH for appointment 486-3430. 



WANTED 
BOOKKEEPER 

Head nperiMCid man or mmM 
nIh Mjsyi bookhMpint uMig to 
Kct^ mpomMlty md can wik 
Njltioiit tupMHen. Nied peim 
with mature outlook on Ufa. AN 
compMi bMafits, paid imiirmca 
and fft imwanc*. 

F« Manitw, caN: 

The Virpia Beach Sun 
138 Rosemont road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
Phone: 486-3430 



BABYSITTING — Nights, 
lots of love and attention, 
hot dinners, tenced vard. 
426 0061. 

BABYSITTING — My 
home for working mothers. 
Over 3 years old. 499-4061. 

BABYSITTING — In my 
home, Hollywood Home 
area. Infants thru 5 years 
497-5010. 

BABYSITTING — My 
home (Lakeville area) by 
hour, day, or week 
Reasonable rates. 424-3707 



No. 19 JOBS WANTED 



BABYSITTING — Will 
babysit in my home, week 
days 1:30 p.m. to 11:30 
p.m., weekends 8:00 a.m. 
to midnight. Birchwood 
Gardens, Va. Beach. 340- 
0668. 



BABYSITTING — In my 
home days, 2 and 3 yt. ofdi 
Princess Anni Plaza Kinps 
Arms Apartments. 340 
1350. 

BABYSITTlt'JG 
Educated m 'd 

guidance. Me ■> i s , 
Playroom and large fenced 
yard. 499-0930. 

BOARDING HOME - to 
Liiildren, very reasonable 

Sir B62r. _^__ 

CHILD CARE — My home, 
reasonable, 855-0925. 



CLEANING — by the day 
Mending, odd jobs, etc. 46A 
2649. 

TYPING —liAy~homt 
experienced in letter^ 
reports, manuscripts 
resumes, f hesis 
professional results. 395 
0247, 484 3767. - - • •' 



ADVERTISING SALESMAN 



your 



Virginia Beach Sun seeking salesman with courage 



of David ... to help us combat a Goliath! Age no 

4 
factor, but ability to overcome objections a must. 

Position offers challenge and room for growth. 



Salary plus commission and paid insurance program 



The man we hire, must be a self-starter, who can 



work without constant direction. 



CaN Mr. T.Jay Brumbley, Or Mrs. Oldaker 



486-3430 for appointment. 



WANTED 

YOUR INDiWDUAL 



PenoKk^Peiain 

CUtSSIFIED AD 

Call 486-3433 
or 486-3434 

IREWARD 

(We1buy.selDr 
rent it for you!) 



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▼II 



Th» Suiv-ltH»r»day, Moy 24, 1973-^Pa9» Wl 




AVALON TERRACE — 
A^ralon Dr. Wooded 
comwr lot, 3 bedrooms, 
den, brick ranch, flr^Hace, 
fenced yard. SMJOO. 420- 
1897. No agents. 

CAROLANNE FARMS — 
See It today. 248 Hill Prince 
Rd. 3 bedroom ranch, den, 
newly carpeted, fenced 
yard, S33,900. 497-0986. 

BOW CREEK — Spacious 4 
bedroom, family room, 3 
bath ranch, with 2car 
garage, on large comer lot. 
Call Jim Hill, 340-5244. We 
trade. Higgins Realty, Inc. 
486 4041. 

ELIZABETH RIVER 
TERRACE — 3 bedrooms, 
2 baths, air cohditlonod 
brick ranch, family room 
with fireplace. 131,500. 430- 
5340. 

HILLTOP AREA — 944 
Baillio Dr. Lovely 3 
jedroom, 2 bath brick 
ranch on large lot. nights' 
428 8314; day 425-1820. 

HOME HUNTERS — 
Homes, apartments, 
townhouses 1018 W. Little 
Creek Rd. 489-4174, 489 
403«. 

GOING, GOING, GONE! 
— Sell your home fast with 
a Sun Classified AdI Call 
486-3433. 

OCEANA — 2 bedroom 
cape cod, 14,400 sq. ft. lot. 
2"22'l wolf it. $18,600. 543- 
3483 Gatewood Park. 



LARK DOWNS — 3 
ZZ-MNOOU » INSrltiiCTlMi bedrooms ranch, many 

■MM«iM>M.MMB^_^_<vi~-')*'i''*' 1^ yrs. old. 

$32,500. No agents. 497 2351. 



DESIRES CAREER 
POSITION Experience as 
follows, 2 yrs. general 
repACting and editing 
w^^n's page; 3 yrs 
secPpplat work, type 55 
wordj^ per minute, 
newspaper layout, 
copyreading ; insurance 
(auto and homeowners) 
rating and working up 
orders, filing, dictaphone 
and adding machine. Call 
497-3674. 

Experienced Lady desires 
receptionist, clerk, or stock 
work. 420 2368. 

FASHION PATTERN 
MAKER, designer. Per- 
manent freelance at home, 
Cfl gradiJate, 
Experienced. 855-2456. 

HOUSEKEEPER — To do 
3 or 4 days a week. One 
place. 545-5775. 




20— DAY NURSHY 

HAPPY DAYS KIN 
DERGARTEN - And 
Day Care Center State 
Licensed for 2, 3, 4, and 5 
year olds. Open 7 a.m. 6 
pm. year around. Call' 
428 6565 to enroll Located 
at 612 Fremac Drive (off 
Laskin Road between 
Hilltop and oceanfront). 




VOICE LESSONS — 
Beginners, advanced.. 
James Morrisson, 428- 
0587. 



GiaMES MUSIC SCHOOL 

GUITAR CLASSES 
In Pembroke Area 

Students Tsugtit In Small 
Groupi Accoiding to Ages 

499.1428 



Landlords — Rooltors 
PROPERTY OWNERS 

W« will fill your vacancim quickly 
wiMti no charg* or obligoNont to you 
.HOMEFINDERS 

489-2920 423-7718 



No. 23 ROOMS FOR RENT 

WINDSOR WOODS — 
Room with private bath, 
kitchen privileges, $20 
week. 340-2940 before 9 
a.m. or after 7 p.m. 

25-APTS^ UHFUHmSHED 

ARROWHEAD — 
Townhouses, end unit. 4 
bedrooms, 2V2 baths. 489- 

NORFOLK — Ghent, 1 
bedroom' all utilities paid, 
all appliances, private 
parking, only, S90. No. 92- 
25. Call 489-2920. 
Homefinder $20 Fee. 



26- APIS., FURNISHED 

NORFOLK — Close to 
ODU, 1 bedroom, all 
utilities paid, all apliances, 
carpet and draperies, 
private parking yard. Only 
$140. No. 93-7. Call 489-2920. 
Homefinder $20 Fee. 

Share — Single girl to 
share with same, 2 
bedroom apt., Va. Beach, 
3401129 or 340-5191. 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Near 
Oceana, 2 bedrooms, 
private parking, yard, 
laundry facilities. Only 
$150. NO. 9326. Call 489 
2920. . 
Homefinders $20. Fee 



LAUREL COVE — 
Lakefront, Dutch Colonial, 
5 bedrooms, 3 baths, 
panelled den with 
fireplace, 481-2713. 

POINT ELIZABETH 
Lovely brick ranch on 1 
acre waterfront lot. Dining 
room. Living room, extra 
large kitchen, 3 extra large 
bedrooms, family room 
with fireplace. 2Vi baths, 
large utility room, 2 car 
garage equipped for boat 
storage. Storm doors and 
windows, electric air filter 
and humidifier. Only 
$55,000. for quick sale. Call 
Grace or Joe Robinson, 464- 
4839. We trade. Higgins 
Realty, Inc., 486-4041. 

POINTO-VIEW — In 
Kempsviile. Two story 
colonial. 5 bedroom, 
master bedrooms suite 
with dressing room is on 
first floor. Cherry parteled 
den with cozy brick 
fireplace, formal living 
room, formal dining room, 
two and a half baths, large 
kitchen, laundry room, 
double garage, lots of attic 
storage space. Hardwood 
floors; No maintenance 
brick (first floor) and 
colonial aluminum siding 
(second floor) exterior. 
Storm windows. Oversize 
corner lot with fenced back 
yard. Brick patio. Central 
air conditioning. A 
beaufiful home in one of 
area's most desirable 
neighborhood. $55,000. Call 
497-6973 after 6 p.m. for 
appointment with owner. 

Princess Anne Plaza: 
Large family ? 5 bedroom 
colonial home, IV2 baths, 
large den, garage, corner 
lot, fenced tiackyard. Call 
Jim Hill, 340-5244. (we 
trade). Higgins Realty, 
Inc., 486-4041. 

WINDSOR WOODS — Air 
conditioned! 3 bedroom, 2 
bath ranch, large family 
room, difting room, fenced 
yard. Call Ellie Talanian, 
340-1690. We trade. Higgins 
Realty, Inc. 486-4041. 



21— HOUStS - UNPUkNISNID 



ARAGONA VILLAGE — 

Nice 3 bedrooms, stove, 

laundry facilities, fenced 

yard. Children and pets ok. 

Only $185. No. 94-19. Call 

489-2920. 

Homefinders $20. Fee 

GREEN RUN — 

Townhouse; applicances, 
air conditioned. 497-0400. 

VIRGINIA 'BEACH — 
Attention couples, 3 
bedroom, stove, private 
parking, laundry facilities, 
yard, children ok. Only 
S150. No. 90-40. Call 489 
2920. 
Homefinders $20. Fee 

I»-,HWIS1S . WKMBMID 

VIRGINIA BEACH — 
Close to Ocean, 3 
bedrooms, den, private 
parking, yard, laundry 
facilities, children and pets 
ok. Cklly $250. No. 90 29. 
Call «9-2930. 
Homefinders $20 Fee 



31— OFFICE 
DESK SPACE 

PRIME OFFICE SPACE 
New space available m 
modern. SUN building at 
138 S Rosemont Rd. next 
to Expressway. Large and 
small unit for several 
office vse, ready for you. 
Call 486 3430. 

.34 A MOVING AND 
■ ST.OJjAGe 

: HAROLDSTRANSFER 
622 4793 or 497 8088 
Mastercharge ^ 

We. U tWUSES FOR SALE 

ARAGONA VILLAGE - 
Nice 3 bedrooms, family 
'ro«mi ranch with fenced 
back yard. Call Ann 
Ctouse, 340-3067, We trade. 
Higging RMlty, Inc , «6- 
4041. 



KINGS GRANT 

3 bedroom, 2 story colenial, en 
cui de sac, ntar elementary 
school, 2': battis, central air 
conditioning, swimming pool 
witt< privacy fence, many ex- 
tras. By appointment, mt-Uifl- 
NO agents. 



37 OUT OF TOWN 

SPACES for Mobile 
Homes. Large, wooded 
■iots. Approx. 15 mi. from 
Va Line, 15 mi. from E. 
City, N.C. and 25 mi. from 
Nags Head. $25 & $30 per 
month. Call (919) 453 3232 
afte r 6. 

40-BUSINESSTROPERTY 



MINIATURE POODLES - 
And White CockapOM, all 
trimedandclMn. Beautiful 
Budgies. Scottlet Pet Shop, 
545-8889. 



PARAKEETS FOR SALE 
— Fancy strain. Healthy 
babiea-other types. 497-5181 
or 497 9492. 



PEKINGEESE — Males, 
female, 8 wks. AKC 
registered, $50. 428-4160. 

PEKINGESE — Show t. 
breeding stock. AKC 
registered, 4 monttit old 
and up. 485-3754. 

PERSIAN SHINCHILLA — 
Young, registered, gentle 
and lovable, good deal. 
Stud service also. 497-6200. 

PERSIAN CHINCHILLA 
— Silver, 12 months, 
registered, $45 or best 
offer. Stud Service ALSO 
497-6200. 

POODLES — Minature 
black male, good with 
children, $30. Toy poodle, 
male, AKC registered, SM. 
428-3^9. 

POODLES — Toy, AKC 
registered. Silver, male 
and female, 8 weeks. 165. 
583-0931. 

Poodlfr-AKC registered, 1 
year, male, apricot, $125; 
has pedigree. 853-3764. 

POODLE PUPS - AKC 
registered, 8 weeks, 
wormed, trimmed, paper 
trained BPack males, $65. 
420-6288. * 

PUPPIES— (5) Black and 
white, desire good home 
and lots of love. 499-5516. 

SIA/W»ESE KITTENS — 
Purebred, very beautiful, 
^5. 49M57Q aHer^^gr. 

YORKSHIRE TERRIOR 
— Female, 3 months old, 
AKC, permanent shots. 420- 
0892. 

52-PWIIES FOi SHU 

PONY — Ideal for child 
age 8-12; all shots; will sell 
for $150; also saddle and 
accessories. 488-6066. 

BARRELL RACING 
PONY — 12.3 hands. 4 year 
old mare, white, also 
lumps 3 feet. $200. 547-4185 
after 4. 



SALE OR T^DE 
Valuable Commeidal Site 
In Busy, Busy Area, Just 
Awaiting Development 
Cdl Ray Mniiii« 425- 
0955, 497-2545. 

EVERGREEN REALTY 




S&— PITS * SUPPLIB 



COLLIE PUPS — 8 Wks 
old. AKC registered, 857- 
1659. 



FISH 1 pair Tinfoil 

Barbs. 4 6 inches; $15. or 
$8 separate. Also, I pair 
Jack Demptey; 5 inches; 
10. or S6 separate 499 
3971 

GREAT DANE PUPPIES 
— Male, fawn, AKC 
registered, ears cropped; 
$150. or best offer; terms; 
423 5106 

KITTENS- Healthy, Free 
to loving home. Call 
evenings, 340 1406, 

MINIATURE SCHNAU 
2ER PUPPIES — Are for 
lovers tool Outstanding 
9Mlity m7-4BXi. 



SNARE DRUM Red 

sparkle, needs heads, 
otherwise in excellent 
shape. Good for a t)eginner. 
$10. Dial 427 1787. 

«4--0PPiq WIIPMJNT ' 

DICTATING MACHINES 
.one set of two. "Diet A 
phone". Excellent con 
dition. 464 9395, 428 9179 

interested In telephone 
answering equipment for 
office or car'' Call 497 
6411. 




87— MOOSIHOLO COOPS 

AIR CONDITIONERS - 
14,000 BTU's, used 2 
months $165 5,000 BTU's 
Emerson, 2 nnonths old, 
$70. 497-1474 or 4974309. 

BEDS — Queen size bed, 
headboard, frame $100. ■ 
bunk beds, maple, $80. 34a 
1123 after 4 p.m. 

CHINA — Sh-atfordshire, 
service for 8, white 
background with a light 
blue delicate pattern. $30. 
340-9022 evenings. 

DISHWASHER - Lady 
Kennwre, with chopping 
block. Good condition, $100. 
4^2783. 

DISHWASHER - Portable 
Kenmore, Avocado, 6 
nnonths old. 427-2748. 

DOUBLE BED, 3 PIECE 
— Bookcase headboard, 
mattress, box springs, 
sterlized, $160 or best offer. 
4258355. 

DOUBLE BED - Frame, 
boxsprlngt, mattress. Must 
sell. 425-5880. 

ELECTROLUX VACUUM 
CLEANERS - Fully 
reconditioned. Look and 
OfitfmiikfWt. One year 
guarantee. For home 
Demonstration call 497- 
6370. 

ELE(:tR0LUX — vacuum 
cleaner, all attachments 
and Power nozzle. Newest 
model out, automatic extra 
Clean $135. 497-3204. 

FURNITURE — 3 living 
room tables, marble tops. 
5' driftwood lamp. 497-8481. 

GAS RANGE — Apartment 
size, very good conditkxi, 
$25. 5434010. 



OWlVtf — 28' Cabin 
Cruiser, new engine, many 
extras, $4,000. firm. 428- 
4707. 

LARSON — 18' fiberglass, 
90 h.p. engine, trailer. 499- 
2552. 

Sailboat — 16', needs ' 
repair, $100, 340-0141. 

SHOUP — 21', 109 Gray 
marine, good condition. 
Call 588 9228. 

Winner — 1972 18' bow 
rider, 55 h.p., $600 assume 

balance. 427 5262. 

NEEDED — Mooring on 
Linkhorn Bay, for 19' 
Rhodes for summer lease. 
4283975. 

H—CAMMKS, TRAIURS 

AIRSTREAM - 1968 24' 
double, single owner, low 
mileage, extras. $3750. Call 
587 0455. 

CAMPER — 1961 Bus, 
converted motor home, self 
contained, wood paneled, 
carpeted, sleeps 6 adults, 
never used, must see to 
appreciate, call 853-8397. 

FROLIC — 1968, 16', gas 
stove, ice box, sleeps 6, 
selfcontalned, 3 way lights, 
new tires. 460 0678. 

LAYTON-13 ft., ideal for 
sportsman or small family. 
Extras. Call 427-3373. 

WEEKENDER — 1971, 11', 
excellent condition, $1300. 
or will trade for 8' or 9' 
camper. 489-7049. 




«0— MISCtiUNiOUS 

50 gallons waxless floor 
finish and 50 gallons 
commercial stripper. 
Must move immediately 
at $1 per gallon, which is 
fraction of cost. Contact 
Jay Brumblay at 486 3430. 

AVON BOTTLES Very 
old, also some antiques. 
Dial 499 3885. 



BABY CARRIAGE — 
Dressing table and other 
needs. 497-8481. 

BOUNCING WALKER - 
Excellent condition, $10. 
583-1662. 

CAMPING TfiNT — 9'x9', 
$30. men's bicycle 26", $25. 
assorted aluminum win- 
dow screens, $2. each. 340- 
4414. 

DOLLS — Hand made. 
Raggedy Ann, 25" tall. 427 
3970. 

QUILTS — Homemade for 
sale, $15 each. Call 481- 
0854. 

FLUORESCENT FIXT- 
URES — 4' complete, used, 
fair to good condition, $1.50 
to $3. 587^726. 

HEDSTROM STROLLER 
— Good conditkm, $16. 583- 
1662. 

Four Pachinko Games, in 
wooden frame, wonderful 
for a game room, $100. 340- 
9022 evenings. 

POOL FILTERS — $5.00 
each; Call 340-9609. 



LIVING ROOM SUITE — 
Sofa bed, matching chair, 2 
end tables, coffee table, 
$75. 425 7177. 

RANGE - Yellow GE, 
bultt-in, fair condition, $25. 
425-6629. 

REFRIGERATOR 14cu 
ft. Hotpoint; self 
defrosting; like new 
condition. SIOO. Call Jay 
Brumbley 486 3430 or 497 
6973. 

REFRIGERATOR — 
Apartment size. Copper- 
tone, in very good con- 
ditkm. $70. Call 437-1787 
after 6 p.m., anytime week- 
ends. 

TABLE Drop leaf dining 
room, Duncan Phyfe. 428 
9179. 

WASHER— AND DRY 
ER— $100 for both, cash 
and carry. 420-1788 after 5 
p.m. 



MOVING SALE 

WMt tAu air conditioner, used 1 
monlti, t175. Car seat, $10; 
sirollef, foM-down type, $10. 
Ottier miscellaneous Items. Can 
be seen at 25 Holland Ct., County 
View Trailer Park. 




K 



>ii^-iupio-Tv-mitM 

STEREO — Portable 
Airline, 10 yrs. old. Plays 
well, good sound, good 
condition 2 detachable 
speakers, only $10. 
Pleace call 588-6834 after 
6:00 p.m. anytime 
weekegds. . 

TELEVISION- Black and 
white 23" console. Zenieth. 
Works beautifully. 486-6583. 



UUiPS, LAMPS, 
UUMPS 

''' Unuwal, dacoratlva and tunc- 
tlonal. Madt on centlgnmenl, 
mad* to ordar. Add iMt to yo«r 
luimMa •bed*...imt*H a tm- 
versatlon pi*«. 34e-f2«l 



f^^^^^ 



LADIES APPAREL — 
Spring topper; contaii 
dress emi forntal size 10 
340-9606. 



62— BUILDIMO SUPPCltS 

HOME Builders 8i Con- 
tractors Let us help you 
with that new home- 
additions, or repairs. We 
can furnish materials 
from basement to attic 
and aid you In financing. 
Phone KELLAM & 
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BOSTON BULL TERRIER 
— female, papers not 
necessary. 427-2861. 

PRIVATE PARTY desires 
to buy 19671969 Ford 
Falcon, 583-81M. 

Want to buy Electric 
trains, any make or con- 
ditH>n. 545-6242. 

Wanted, Indian nr>otorcycle 
In any condition; 857-6545. 

No. 82 MATS, MARINE 

iUSEkiiS 

BONITO - 1970, 16' 
fiberglass weak thru wind- 
shMed full canvas, 60 h.p. 
j^HSwin, 340-3902. 

BROADWATER - SC, 210 
Crysler nwtor, extras, 3117 
Lynnhaven Drive, Va. 
BMCh, 4643057. 4641085. 

CRITCHFIELD - 16'V 45 
h.p., trailer, fiberglass. 464- 



GAS & DIESEL IM 
PROVER — NO. 503.. For 
more gas mileage and less 
maintenance; for auto or 
boat engines. Phone 497- 
0571. 

HOUSEBOAT — 1970 Sea 
N Ski, fiberglan, 24 feet 
1972 Mercury; 140 h.p. 
Excellent amdition. «0- 
»0I. 



KAWASAKI - 1971, 500 
AAach III, 4000 miles, $675. 
4M1228. 



SPORTSTER - 1970, SLH, 
6,000 miles, blue, extra 
clean, $189S. 480-2923 after 4 
p.m. 



YAHAMA — 1969, 250 DTI, 
se for motorcross, $450. 
good condition. 4^-1256. 



CHEVROker - INC 3 
door iadan. « cylindar. 
9ood paM, and body, new 
sliocla. 3 new Nraa. 4||. 

3*43. 



IMRT — Swinger, \m 3 
door vinyl hardtop, A-l 
shape, vm. 9ama%. 




IMPERIAL - 1971 
LeBaron, every extra. 
SMOB. •5»4BI7. 



MAVERICK -1973, 4 door 
luxury sedan, v-8, 
automatic transmission, 
factory air condltwnbig, 
power steering, Meel radial 
tires, reclining bucket 
seats, vinyl top. has 4,500 
miles, assume pay off. for 
mfornoation call 490^2914. 

MERCURY — 1968, 4 door 
sedan, power steering, air 
condltkming, radk>, $750. 
497 4933. 



RENAULT R 10, 1969, $700. 
excellent condition, 583- 
9488. 

THUNBERBIRD-1970; 
extra clean, excellent 
condition; full power; 
quick sale; $2750; call 489- 



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Laundau, extra clean, 
loaded, 464 1804. 

TVRVIXEN-2972(ErmliSh 
Sports Car), $2895. drswap 
for economy car of equal or 
lesser value, 464 6929 
anytime 




CHEVROLET— 1968 >/» ton 
pick up. Priced to Sell. Call 
Dixie AAotors, 1226 N. 
Military Hwg , 853 2002. 

CHEVROLET— 1969 '/» ton 
pick up, 6 cylinder, 
automatic. Call Dixie 
AAotors, 1226 N. Military 
Hwy. 853-2003. 





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, CASTLE-1973 
2 bedroom, complelely 

fumiihed, including wisher 
and diyei, carpeted. Buy 
diis liome now for only 
$300. down. CaU Ray 
Cartion, 853-7457. Deal- 
er ik. 0798. 



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AUSTIN AMERICA — 
1969, 1300 CC engine, 
British Racing green, new 
tires, lust tuned, $500. 583- 
1662 after 5 p.m. 

CADILLAC - 1967 sedan 
Devllle; navy blue, ex- 
cellent condition, toaded, 
$1250, 622-6161. 

BUICK — 1971 Estate 
wagon, 3 seats, sir con- 

ditkxted, full power, at- 
Shape, $3295. 5I7-9078. 

CAAAARO - 1967 rebuilt 
motor, complete general 
Kanamics, CAM Trw 
pistons, Trw valves, board 
30 over, 119 miles per hour. 
$1,200 or trade for 
Volkswagen Dune Buggy 
583 4625. " 



EL DORADO - 1*73 Mint- 
home, sntali equity and 
assume balance, self 
contained. 3404249. 

FORD - 1W COMirtry 
Squire, new shocks, tiret. 
full air conditioning, WO cu. 
m. $1495 firm. m-W eftor 
i. 

FORD - MM Falrlane, Wt 
cu. In. engine. 4-door< 
excellent condition SSOI. 
8S5-5S45. ■ 

FORD - .39*4 pkk-up, 
automatic, good condition, 
r bed. 48»-ai»6i 

PORD - 19AS Falrland 500, 
transmtsskm lust rebuHt, 2 
new tires, new starter, 
recently painted Mua with 
Mack vinyl top. nice second 
car. $400 or ntake offer. 
Call after S p.m. 
weekendayt. anytime 
weekends. 4974140. 

PORD - 1*70 Oaiaxie soo. 
air cendttlonad, full power, 
4 new glaaa beltad tirat. 3 
snow tiret. new tune wp« 36 
months ramalnino on 
factory warranty, ex- 
cellent condition trans- 
ferrinp. 423-2427. 

KARAAANN GHIA - 1970, 
low mileage, good oon- 
dltkm. $1295. 545-7094. 



MOB — mo Roadster, 
perfect condition, new 
apint and valve |ob. $1,395. 
583^993. 



VOLKSWAGEN — 1943 
Red, new paint job, $400. 
503 1662 after 5 pm 



MUSTANG 1965 coupe, 
automatic, 6 cy , bucket 
seats, fire engine red. $435. 
588 6329. 

NOVA — 1M9, t owner , new 
tires, clean, 52.000 miles, 
WXM. 507-3933. 

OLOSMOBI.E - 1970 F 45, 
2 door, very good condition, 
497-8227. 

OLOSMOBILE — 1971 
Delta 80, AMFMStlreo 
radio, air conditioning, 
$2700. 424-3579. 

OLDSAAOBILE - 1966, 4 
door sedan, F-85, air 
conditioned, good con- 
dition. $600 firm. 547 4439. 

PLYA*OOTH - 1971 Fury 
III, in sparkling condition, 
many extras; $2,000. 425 
6700. 

PLYAAOUTH - 1960 Sport 
Fury, convertible, 318 cu. 
in. automatic, power 
steering, 340 0099. 

PORSCHED - 9141970, 
XAS's. Loni's Stereo, 40,000 
miles, excellent condition. 
$2,580. 497 2H)6 or 423 5370 



VOLKSWAGEN - 1969 
excellent shape, AMFM 
radio, $1095 588 3»>3 after 4 
p.m. 



VOLKSWAGON - 1971 
Super Beetle, Automatic 
stick Shift, Immaculate 
condition. 420 4638 



VOLKSWAGON -1970, 
extra clean, air conditi- 
oned; Priced to sell. Call 
Dixie AAotors 1526 N. 
Military Hwy. 853-3002. 

VOLKSWAGEN - 
Squareback 1970, $1750 
firm. 489 3299 after 5. 



VOLKSWAGEN — 1972 

Fastback, low mileage, 
excellent condition, $2250. 
340 6623. 

VOLVO - 1969, 4 door 
sedan, atitomatic, radial 
tires, very good conditkm. 
$1550. 545 0196 



PORSCHE9I4 1970 
XAS'S. KONIS, STEREO, 
40,000 MIIE'. EXCEUENT 
CONDITION $2580 497% 

497-2106 Cr' 433 V? 0. 



Circle's 65x12 SpeciaJ, 
$4995, terms $100 down 
cash or trade. Early 
American 3 bedrooms. 
Save at Circle Trailer 
Sales, open 9 to 9. 

Circle's Double Wide 3 Day 
Sale. $9295. Save at Circle 
Trailer Sales, open 9 to 9 at 
Circle, 

LASALLE— 70x12, only 
$5995 unfurnished. Save at 
Circle Trailer Sales, open 9 
to 9, dial 853 2952. 



LOOKING FOR Low cost 
vacation liome, second 
home, weel(-end retreat or 
rental unit, etc We have 
20 uied mobile homes. CaU 
Leonard at 853-7457. 
Dealer Lk. 0798. 



REPOSSESSION— 6 left, 
"No Cash Down," cash or 
terms, we trade. Save at 
Circle Trailer Sales, 881 N. 
Military Hgwy. across 
from Military Circle 
Shopping Center, open 9 to 
9. 

STYLE MAR— Save today, 
$5495, unfurnished, only 
$100 cash down; terms or 
trade. Save at Circle 
Trailer Sales, dial 853-2952, 
open 9 to 9. 

SKYLINE — 50'X8', fully 
furnished. For bargain, 
call 486-4633. 

VILLA GE MANOR— 1973, 
$9650. something 
EXECUTIVE special, 
Ultra Different. Save at 
Circle Trailer Sales, open 9 
to 9, dial 853-2952. 

VIRGINIAN 1970, 50x12, 2 
bedrooms, furnished, 
washer, dryer, on lot. Call 
499 3387. 



VALUMIv-1973 

Honeymoon Special 
2-bedroom, front kitchen, 
furaiihed, carpeted. Why 
pay tent when $300. down 
wfll buy you this home. 
CaU Bob Myer, 853-7457. 
Dealer Uc. 079& 



88-A FOR RENT 

FOR RENT 3 bedroom 
mobile Home, 1 ^t- baths, 
completely furnished -inc. 
washer and air cond. 38 mi. 
South of Norfolk. $115 per 
mo. Couple w ct»lldren 
under 6 preferred, no pets. 
Call 919 453 3232 after 5 30. 




90— MOTOHCYCLK. SCOOTJM 



BATES LEATHERS - 
(pants) Routh Out. Never 
worn. $50. AAoto Cross full 
bore boots, size U, never 
worn, $50. 486 3537 after 5 
p.m. 

BMW — R -50, 500 cc, large 
touring tank, $650. 423-4081 
days, 425 1«)3. 



HONDA - '72, 500, 3,400 
miles, gold, all stock. $l,100 
Dial 623 0910 after 7 p.m. 

HONDA— 1972, 350, ex 
cellent condition, $590. «6- 
2610 



HONDA - 1972VJ, 7M, like 
new, many extras $1750. w 
b«f oHer 489 1497 

HONDA — 1969, 305 
scrambler, 4500 miles, 
excellent condition, $450. 
Call 855 0444. 

KAWASAKI — 1972, 175, 
excellent cof^ition, lots of 
extras. $550. or best offer 
425 9343 after 5 p m. 

KAWASAKI - 1971, 500, 
$750. Dial 853 4431 



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LitUe Theatre schedules tryouts 



Tryouts tm the Little 
Theatre of Virginia 
Beach muiical, "Man 
WithaLoadofMiKhief," 
will be held at 8 p.m. May 
27 at the Little Iheatre, 

560 Barberton Drive. A 
cait of six p«'8onB, three 
men and three women of 
all agM and voice rangM, 
ii needed. 



Directed by Penny 
Martin, the play is set in 
the early 19th century 
and concerns the 
romantic entanglemraits 
(rffour perwom who spend 
the night at a wayside 
inn. Faye Whitlock will 
be musical director with 
M.J. Utley as orchestra 
leader. Persons 



A KISS OF ADMIRATION for Mary Michael Christian, returned Viet- 

Barraco, former Nazi prisoner nam POWs. (Sun Photo by Helen 

during World War 11, from Cmdr. Crist) 
John H. Fellowes and Cmdr. 

Mary Barraco receives 
two patriotic awards 



au(Utiodng should bring 

Gymnastics classes set 

the summer. These 
classes also begin in June 
and registrations are now 
being accepted. 

Further informaticm on 
the summer classes may 
be obtained by calling the 
Academy of Virginia 
Beach BaUet at 481-5310. 

Ensemble 



Registration for the 
summer gymnastics 
program at tlw Academy 
of Virginia Beach Ballet 
ii now opva for boys and 
girls of all ages. 

Summo* classes will 
b^in hi June and last 
through August. Mor- 
ning, afternoon and 
evening classes are 
planned for beginning, 
intermediate and ad- 
vanced levels. Summer 
schedules are available 
at the Academy. 

Also, Major Burchfield, 

ballet master, wiU be 

teadiing all levels (A 

classical ballet and 

.moftom dance through 



concert 



The Kellam High 
School Wind . Ensemble 
will prMent its annual 
spring concert Thursday, 
May24,at7:30p.m.inthe 
school auditorium. 



By Helen Christ 
Son Staff Writer 

Ttiat weren't too many dry eyes 
S^rtday morning as Mary Barraco stood 
at the microphone, holding a huge 
teuquet of red and white carnations, 
leadhig an audience in "God Bless 
America" at the Star of the Sea Church 
parish hall. 

Rep. 6. William Whitehurst (R-Va.) 
had just presented Mary the George 
WasUngtoir Honor Medal Award for her 
outstanding achievement in bringing 
about a better understanding of the 
American way of life. A former political 
prisoner of war of the Nazis, Mary was 
decorated by the French and Belgium 
govonments for her underground ac- 
tivities during World War 11. After the 
war when she returned to the United 
States, her place of birth, she engaged in 
patriotic activities ui^i^g Americans to 
cherish their freedom and to worlc 
zealously to protect it. 

Witti her on the stage of the 
awiitorium last Friday, were former 
prisoners of the Vietnam war Cmdr. 
J(dm H. Fellowes and Cmdr. Michael 
Cluistian who lauded her for her 
patriotism. 



Mrs. Barraco also received a medal 
from 0. M. Stevenson Jr., state director 
of the Department of the Treasury, toe 
her patriotic service in support of the 
U.S. Savings Bond program in the 
schools. 

The bond program was discontinued in 
the schools three years ago, but Mary 
Barraco kept it alive at Star of the Sea 
School. As a residt, the children saved 
their nickels and dhnes to iHiy thehr 
bonds, rolling up, as Stevenson 
said, "...the whopping total of $25,750 hi 
the pairt 22 mmths." 

Ihere were words of praise from 
others on the podium : Senator A. Joseph 
Canada, Councihnan Dcmald Rhodes, 
Assistant City BAanager George Han- 
bury, School Superintendmt E. E. 
BrickeU, William Sears Jr., United 
Virginia Bank, Mrs. Whitehurst and 
Larry Sandlio, master of ceremonlM. 

Accepting the awards, Mary said that 
the studoits deserve the tioa't share of 
the credit for theh- part in purcha^g 
the saving boiKls. Of her Freedom 
Award, she said: "I wmild share it if I 
could. I deeply and humbly thank my 
God. ..He dhrects me and shows me the 
way." 



$100,000 grant awarded schools 
for handicapped student project 



their own sheet muric. 
The production Is 
scheduled to open in July. 

BrickeU 
featured 
in concert 

Dr. E. E. BrickeU, 
superintendent of 
schools, will be a featured 
soloist to a "Concerto for 
Administration" during 
the Princess Anne High 
School Band annual 
spring concert, tonight at 
8 in the school 
auditorium. 

Dr. BrickeU will play 
the triangle and will Join 
Richard Drake, prtncipd 
of PrincMS ^ne High, 
and James Ackels, music 
supervisor at the schod, 
in playing percussion 
instruments during a 
segment of the concert. 

Tickets are available 
from band stuctants or 
may be purchased at the 
door. .. . 




NAVY COMEDY ^ Bethana Thorpe ai a nnrse and 
Ronald Murphy as Ensign Pulver appear hi a scene 
from "Mister Roberts." the clasilc Navy comedy 
opening June 1 at the Little Theatre of Virginia Beach. 




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The Virginia Beach 
aty public schools have 
been awarded a $100,000 
federal grant for a pilot 
project aimed at 
assisting moderately 
handicapped students. 

The grant, awarded 
until Title III of the 
Elementary and 
Secondary Education Act 
of 1965, will provide for 
the employment of four 
additional resource 
teachers and two school 
psychologists for the 
Special Education 
Department of the city 
schools. 

The project is designed 



to identify moderately 
handicapped first, second 
and third grade students 
in much the same 
manner as severely 
■handicapped students are 
currently identified. The 
students will be assisted 
beforie learning im- 
pairments become more 
severe. The project will 
also train classroom 
teachers to identify 
students with potentiid 
learning disabilities. 

The new resource 
teachers will assist 
classroom teachers in 
four schools with the 
education of students 



whose leamhig is im- 
paired. The school 
psychologists will asdst 
ttie resource teachers by 
providing in-depth 
evaluations ot specific 
cases as well as con- 
sulting services when 
required. 

The pIM program will 
be conducted for three 
years with federal funds 
being reduced by oi»- 
third each year and 
replaced by local flinds. 
At the end of the third 
year, the program will 
continue yiith complete 
local financing as pu't of 
the regular special 
education pn^ram. 



Junior 4H clubs to hold 
steer show and sale Saturday 




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Junior 4H Club 
maaberi from Virginia 
Beach and (Si^apeake 
win hold their annual 
^eo* Show and Sale, 
sponsored by the 
Chambos d Commerce 
of both cities, on Satur- 
day. May U, at Princeu 
Anne Paric, Princess 
Anne Road. 

Siowinp will be held 
tmm 9:30 a.m. to noon. 
1%e sale wiO^ begin at l : 30 
p.m. Lunch will be 
available. 

Junior 4H Club 
menbors drained calves 
iMt fall and hai« beai 
nuMmthmi fn* sale. Hie 
rti^fs are also trained fen- 
showing. Members 
bcM^t the ealva tlffmigh 
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the steers are sold 
Saturday. 

Steers will be shown 
and judged in three 
classes: Angus, Herefwd 
and crossbreeds. Dr. 
John Gerlcen, in the 
animal scioice depart- 
ment at Virginia 
Polytecluiic Institute and 
State University, is ^ow 
judge. 

Winners in various 



categoriM will be 
awarded trophies and 
ribb(8is. The top trophy 
will go to the steer named 
Grand Champitm. 

Twenty-seven entries 
are in the diow this year, 
submitted by 15 club 
membov tnm Vhrghiia 
Beach and 12 from 
Chesapeake. The steers 
range in age fron 18 
months to two years. 



Whitehurst will 
speak at service 



Rep. G WlUiam 
Whitehurst wiU be guest 
speaker at memorial 
service service in 
meoMHy of aU v^a«ns of 
aU wars, to be hdd on 
Sunday, May 27, at 2 p.m. 
at l^towato' Veteran 



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48th Year No. 22 




City Of Virginia Beach, Va. 



Tfwridoy. Mqy31. 1973 



15 Cents 




Council to consider 

Financial disclosure? 



Parading atop a fire truck 



These members of the Princess Amie Fire and 
Rescue Squad don't normally get to sit on top 
of their fire trucli with their mascot, but they 

Befell lii^y» gMoIlne bids 



were happily on display during last Saturday's 
annual May Day Parade at Knotts Island. 
(Sun photo by Rod Mann) 



iQity vehicle curtailment possible 



By ALICE LINKER 

Sun Staff Writer 

No bids have been received by 
the four south Hampton Roads city 
on gasoline contracts for the 
coming fiscal year. 

The current contract with British 
Petroleum Oil Corp. expires June 
30. "We'll have to explore other 
channels. There are several av- 
enues we can take," Bob 
Harrington, assistant purchasing 
agent for Virginia Beach, said. 

Apparently no officials were 
surprised by the lacic of bids. "We 
vmre disappointed," Harrington 
said. 

Nine oil companies were invited 
to submit bids, according to Miss 
Frances Vaughn, assistant puUic 
information officer for Norfolk. Bids 
for the entire area wore to be 
submitted through the Norfdk 
Purchasing Departmrat. 



THE NEXT STEP will be negot- 
iations with individual oil com- 
panies. "We' don't know exactly 
when negotiations will iiegin," 
Miss Vau^n said. 

"The four cities are maintaining 
a joint effort to find a gasoline 
supplier and Virginia Beach will 
continue to cooperate fully in that 
effort. Should it fail, we will have 
to go on our own," said City Man- 
ager Roger M. Scott. 

"We hope we will not have to re- 
duce city services," Scott added. 
"We are working on gas-saving 
methods and we will reduce usage 
of city vehicles, but right now we 
dim't know how. We plan a com- 
plete review of all usage." 

Under review at this time is a 
prqxMal to reduce the number of 
municipal cars that city employes 
may drive home. 



viRGINIA BEACH. IN the past 

nas bought approximately 2.5 
million gallons of gas each year. 

The city has a total of 1,200 
moving equipment, including fire 
trucks, garbage trucks, city auto- 
mobiles and school buses. The 
budget for the coming fiscal year 
provides for an additional 100 cars. 
Whether the entire 100 vehicles will 
be purchased is questionable. 

Ilie city has already been cut 
back in the amount of gasoline 
delivered by the current supplier, 
receiving in May only 90 per cent of 
the amount received in March. In 
June, Vu*ghiia Beach will receive 
70 per cent of the total received for 
the same month last year. 

Assistant City Manager George 
L. Hanbury said, "Because of the 
increase in new vehicles over the 
past year, we will actually feel a 50 
per cent cut in consumption." 



By UNDA MILLER 
Sun Staff Writer 

Three of eleven Virginia Beach 
City Councilmen say they would 
favor an ordinance making 
mandatory the disclosure of 
financial interests by public ser- 
vants. 

A resolution introduced by Vice- 
Mayor F. Reid Ervin at the May 21 
city council meeting calls for the 
fiUng of reports itemizing financial 
interests by council members and 
the city manager each July. These 
disclosures would include: 

'« all real property owned in tiie 
Virginia Beach area (witti legal 
description and location); 

• source of each significant item of 
hicome ("significant income" is 
defined to be income greater than 
$5,000); and, 

• the name and address of any 
corporation, partnership or 
business in which the person or his 
spouse is an officer, director, 
or partoer. 

In addition, the resolution states 
that the city manager would direct 
"heads of City departments, and 
other employes as he deems ad- 
visable," to file a similar report of 
financial interests. The city council 
also would call on aU future op- 
pointees to the planning com- 
mission and school board to flle 
reports. All financial reports would 
be placed in public files in the of- 
fices of the city clerk and city 
manager and would be available 
for inspection by any hiterested 
person upon written request. 

Action (m the resolution was 
deferred until after the Memorial 
Day r^ess and the Council is 
scheduled to discuss the idea at 
Mondays's meeting. 



There is always a lot of 
skepticism about a politician's 
dishonesty.' • Gardner 



Mayor Robert Cromwell, who 
hasn't decicted whether he would 
favor such an ordinance, said "It 
doesn't appear the resolution has 
the full sui^rt of council now." 

A Poll of ttie council by The Sun 
shows Councilmen John Baum, 
Charles Gardner and F. Reid Ervin 
would vote for passage of a 
financial disclosure ordance. 
Councilmen Clarence Holland, 



Dmald Rhodes, Biobert Callis, 
Geroge Ferrell and Floyd 
Waterfield are opposed to the 
resolution. D. Murry Malbon and J. 
Curtis Payne still are undecided. 
Gardner sees the passage of a 
financial disclosure (nrdinance as a 
matter of cleaning up the imag^ 
the general public has of 
politicians. 

'If the citizens don't trust you 
now, why would they trust 
any statement you would 
maker - ^^iij^ -— -~™-— 



"There is always a lot of skep- 
ticism about a politician's 
dishcMiesty that they are very often 
acthig f(H- self-gaU) or personal 
interests. While this isn't a cure- 
all, we should do anything that 
might help eliminate that bnage, 
Gardner said. 

With the stigma of Watergate on 
the national scene, Baum feels 
"everyone is thinking about how to 
encourage good government. "He 
adds that the enactment of a law to 
disclose an official's financial 
hddings would be an act of 
leadership on the part of the 
council. 

However, those councilmen who 
oiqxwe the measure do not view it 
as a step toward gainhig public 
trust. 

"If citizen's don't trust you now, 
why would they trust any 
statements you would make?" 
Callis said. 

Holland added he doesn't see 
"any call for the ordinance. If 
anybody is going to do anything 
dishonest, they're going to do it 
anyway. The honesty and integrity 
of a person comes out anyway." 

In consideration considtting the 
resoluticm, Councilmen Rhod^, 
Callis, Ferrell, Holland and 
Malbon question whetiier, with the 
existing state Conflict of Interest 
Law, if an addit<Muil local or- 
dinance is necessary. . 

The VUrginia Conflict of Interests 
Law sets (town the standarcte of 
ethical conduct for a public official 
and provides that any "(^icer (»: 
employee who shall knowingly 
violate any oS such provisions shall 
be guilty of a misdemeamMr, and 
upon conviction thereof, shall, hi 
additimi to any other fine or 



penalty provided by law, forfeit his 
office of employment." En- 
forcement of tl» law is left up to 
die Att(»iiey General. 

"To go beyond these existing 
laws may be an invarion U 
ptivacy," Rhodes said. 

Several councilmen exf^eued 
concern that this "invarion of 
privacy" may^ prdiibit getting 
qualified persom for appohitmoiti 
to boards and commisdons. 

Rhodes added that "whUe the 
public has a right to know, I'm 
not sure how much they 
have a right to know." 

While Payne said he is not op' 
posed to disclosing his own 
financial interests, he believes 
"most peofde don't want everyone 
to know everytiiing about tfaehr 
personal affahv." He also feels 
ttiat only the national situation has 
spurred tills action rni. 

Rhodes opposes the present 
resolution, not so much because he 
opposes the idea of financial 
disclosures, but because he sees 
loof^oles in the current document. 
He advocates passing a stirongeri 
more inclusive ordinance, if one is 
to be passed. 



Ervin's resolution initially 
definedsigpificant income to cover 
anything over $1,000, but he later 
amended it to $5,000. Rhodes said, 
if passed, tiie original definition 
would be a better one. 

Ferrell and Rhodes both concur 
on the idea that the disclosure of 
whether a peraon is an officer or 
director hi a corporation is not 
enough. The resolution (k)es not 
cover the stockholcter, who Ferrell 
says "if you intend to make full 
discloMiras, should definitely be 
included." 



'While the public has orighHo 
know. I'm not sure how much 
they have a right to know.' - 
Rh odes 

. The fact that the resolution in- 
cludes no provisions for any 
penalty for failure to file a fhum- 
cial reprot also troubles Rhodes. 

"If you're going to pass an or- 
dinance, you liiould go all the way. 
In final analysis the resolution may 
be mwe of a political publicity type 
thing raUier than somettiing tiiat 
has any meat to it, "Rhodes said. 



PoUntloii in Crystal Lake 



Franees Musick wages^war against polluting laundry products 



By heu : n C RIST — ^ — 

Sun staff Writer 

yfhm Dick Musick, 27, and his ' ^ 

brother Whitley, 22, sail their 32 ft. 

boat t>ack from the West Coast and 

toing it home this Qiristmas, 

tiiey're likely to find the water in 

C^tal Lake somewhat cleanor 

sAkwt they tie up to ttidr pu-ei^' 

boat slip. 

' Frances ami John Mudck. Jfaeh- 

ptn^ts, East Bay Sbwe Drive, 

will see to that. ..especially 

Frances, who sells biod^pndaMe 

Shaklee Products with an eye to 

prelecting tiie wato^ays and tlie 

envinHuoit. 

On the face of it, Frances would 
SMm an unlikely candidate for 
sudi a salesw(»nan ... the mistress 
sfa beautiftil home built ei^t 
yetan ago m a clioice two-acre site 
... her iH^Muid, newly r^b«d as a 
vice preikient ci Virgiaia Natkmal 
Bank Trust Department. One 
m^t Mspect that siie wouM etoct 
to enjoy a Idsurely odstence. 

But ctetf (toring her life patton, 
[it's i^ally n(M surprising tlmt she 
utauM be aigaged in a fight ag- 



ainst pdUubon . She's a member of 
thlie Audid>on Society, secretary of 
the Virginia Beach Development 
Council, deacon in First 
Pr^t^terian Church, former social 
¥^icer, always a civic leacter. 

We talked about this last week on 
her knivo-ed porch overlooking the 
lake. 

A graceful yellow-crown night 
heron swooped over the lawn, 
landing on the bulkhead, 
an oyster in his beak. He bang- 
ed it again and again 
on a rock, tnreakinf; it open, 
th«i {ducked out tiie oyster and 
gulped it quickly down his long 
timda throat. 

"Those Im^ns aren't usually 
found aroimd here," Frances said, 
thai adding, "I wonder if that 
oyst^'s p<AiAed." 

Jtat hour much pollution is ttiere 
is Crystal Lake, we wondered, 
knowbig that the water isn't land- 
k)d»d, but flows into linkhom Bay 
throu^ the Narrows, into the 
Ctenp^ke'Bay and the ocean. 

She cttdn't answer directly, Iwt 
pointed to a bmit tl»t went 
spe^ifaig l^, stirring vsp foam in its 
wake. 



-see mat loamf" sne asked, 
h£(nding us a pair of binoculars^ 

It didn't seem to dissipate as 
foam ordinarily would. Instead, it 
remained in grayish brown chunks 
ttiat drift^i over to Uie buUdiead, 
rocking back and forth against it 
with tl» waver. 

"What is it?" 

"I believe it's laundry 
detergent," she said. "I've seen it 
for eight years, but it's getting 
worse all the time." 

Frances contacted the Virginia 
State Water Control Board at the 
Beach, asking if the could bring in 
a sample. She was told that one 
was ah%ady on its way to Rich- 
mmd for analysis. There had 
apparentiy be^ ottier comidaints. 

Ilie result of the test will be 
}a<rm in a few weeks. 

Frances talked with Clayton 
Shedrow of ttie Cmitrol Board. 

"He said that the problem was 
partly due to the ^^7 low areas of 
aU residential sections adjoining 
ttie water wb»« s^ttc tiidcs have 
beonne so clogged with soap and 
d^CTgenta that they can no k»^e' 
hamfle aU the wa^. 



"As a result, he said tiiat people^ 
have no alternative but to pump it 
into surrounding waters, so ttiat 
septic tanks can handle the 
sewerage." 

Thoi^h this is an area ^ere 
some of ttie Beach's mo^ preten- 
tious homes are located, sewerage 
IS not available, and septic tanks 
are used. 

She has only seen two homes with 
pipes spewing torOi detergents into 
the lake. But even with septic tanks 
.tiiat empty into drain fiel(b, de- 
tergents will eventually woric ttieir 
way into the water, she says. 

"This caittes algae to grow. 
Algae uses up oxygoi. When it dies, 
it f(»^s mats or hunks <rf dead 
sm^y gremish - brown debris, 
that comes to the surface, cl(^ 
beaches and kills aquatic life." 

She's spoken (rf tti^ to the ndgh- 
bors. 

"People say, 'Wdl, I see it out 
ttiere', tfa«i ttey just shn« ttwta- 
shouldors. But this is the p<rint-in 
just the same way, pei^le must 
have sat and watched Lake Erie 
die." 



It's been reporteffMt Lake^riT 
is so polluted ttiat it has aged 1,500 
centuries in SO years. 

There's no swimming Ui Crystal 
Lake, but ^ere is water skiing. 

The prc^lem is a c(»nplicated 
one. But a call by a rqmter to 
Jdim Huxtable, presidrat cX the 
Cavalier Park-Bay Colmy Civic 
League reveals that tbore have 
been no comidahits (tf pollution hi 
Crystal Lake. 

' Not so with Frances Mudck, who 
pohits to her bulkhead, «1iere shs 
says that foam piles up at least a 
fo(rt hi^ during a northea^ sUmn . 

So ii^iat's ttie arawa*. at least 
temporarily? 

Biodegradable products — 
laundry ccmpmuKis that break 
down quickly and return to nature. 
Even the Water Cmtrol Board 
agrees that this to a sduttra, she 
says. "But if we could hook into 
Hampton Roads Sanitetkm IXstrict 
it would take care of the iew«ra^ 
and laiB#y wator, too." 

9ie's used btodegrwiable pm^ 
Aicti Aice ti^'ve been 00 the 
market, but she confers Siaktoe 
Products, from Hayward, CaL, tu* 
perior. 



Until her acm come home at 
Christinas, she's acting as " ... a 
one dollar a year temporary 
manage for them." 

The business is theirs. They 
he<xme into^t^ hi the products 
in California, where pollution is 
rach a threat. 

Wh«i Whitley came home fijr a 
short vi^t, he brou^t some with 
him, IcquMi^ 15 customers here 
as a rewlt. 

He returned to Califmnia, asking 
his mother to service his customen 
until he finished school on Uie West 
Coast and came home. 

He didn't have to plead witii her, 
howevo-. because b^ then she had 
made h& own invoti^tton and 
testing of ttie ma-chaadiie, and 
found it to be so poUutkm • prod 
and superior tiiat both she and ho- 
husband became (inverts to them. 

"I have 75 OtfUmiav mm,** die 
said. 

So what's ttie next st^? 

aie's waiting ... asxioudy ... for 
the rq»rt tnm the Water Control 
Board. Crytlta^ Lake's not gotaig to 
dte, not tf FrttHMi Mailek htt 
anythi!^ to do witti It. 






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Is it the public's right to know about private 
business interests of our city ooundlmen? 
TUs is the ^pKsticn council members will (acB 
when they consider passage of a financial 
disclosure ordinance Monday. 
4, iHei? seems to be a questimi in the ooun- 
<^'s mind as to whether such an <nt3inance 
^Id d^UcBte existing state laws. The city 
attorney lUB found no part of the resolution 
introduced by F. Reid Ervin before the c^xmdl 
which confHcts or dt^i^t^ Itate law. The 
State Conflict of Interests Law is only vague in 
ite ^nnition of what "ethical" behavior is, 
and does not reqidre any public dedaration of 
a poUician's interests. Why shoiddn't the 
pidbMc be in the know? ' 

Th&i, there is the question of "invasion of 
pdvacy." Council members daim they aren't 
looking out for self-interest, but rather, they 
fed those persons they would appoint to 
boards and commissions might object to a 
fliumdal disclosure ordinance. They, too, by 
hoidiilg a puUic office should be subject to 
public scrutiny and {H'essures. 

jta ifB present form, the Ervin resolution has 
sc»ne wealQiesses. Ckjuncil members isdiould 
establish a dollar maximum amount of stock a 
pers<m can hdd in ctn^wration b^ore he has to 
report it. Presently, the resolution mentions 
only officers and directors in a corporation- 
totally ignoring the company stockholders. 
Full disclosure should include these holdings 
alfo. 

Th^ resolution also lacks a mettiod of 
dealing with violators. Included in a 
dbdosure of interest ordinance should be 
some sort of penalty for of ficals who fail to file 
a report. Without some sort of penalty, the 
ordtoance would remain totally ineffective 
because it would be unenforceable. Like the 
state law, the penalty should include more 
than an fine. Officials not ccnnplying with the 
ordinance should be forced to leave office. 

Tills is an excellent opportunity for the 
Vlrgifia Beach City Council to lead 
surrounding communities. Council members 
should be encouraged to take affirmative 
acticm on a disclosure of financial interests 
prdiostQce. If, as most councilmen will con- 
tend; -tt^ have nothbig to hide^here's the 
|8t)tdem?. 




By Peter Weaver 



Bicycles for adults 



Howdy, Folks! 



This colorful clown on a motorcycle 
had fun greeting parade watchers at 
the annual Knotts Island May Day 
Parade last Saturday. (Sun photo by 
Rod l^nn) 



nils may be the year Americans 
actuafly buy more Ukes than cars. Bikes 
provide inexpensive transportation (no 
gasoline sboitagei), they don't pollute, 
they keep you healthy and ttiey don't 
ta lt^ up much space. 

Hie bike boom is bdng fed by adult 
buyers who are turabig to leg-powered 
two-wheelers for eomnmting and qiort. 
Many adults taaveot been on a bike for 
years and are often coofUsed by aO the 
(kncy geanhifts and brakes. 

As a retread cycUst you shoidd aim for 
the simplest model that will satisfy your 
transpwtation needs. You should be able 
to flet a good bike for 1100 or less. All too 
many t^cyde concerts rush oi^ to get a 
oomplicated radng bike that has a 10- 
speed gearshift, droppedhandlebars and 
a price that's op in the hundreds of 
di^rs. 

tf you plan to use your bike for cam- 
midng and occasional wedceod jaunts 
(tnf rdatively short dirtances irith no 
Ulls, your best bet is a S^peed "com- 
muter" modd with upri^ handld>ars, 
mud gards, a comfortable sad<fle and 
old-fashioned coaster brakes (you don't 
need a firont-^vhedl brake). 

As a omunuttf youll inrdlMibly hit rain 
m wet streets. Water on ttie n^eeto of a 
bite equinied with caliper or hand 
brakes knocks our your braking power. 
A bike with only a 3-^ieed ^anhif t can 
use a coaster brake wfaldh give good 
stf^ing power in wet weather. 

The main drawback of a S-speed bike 
is the fact Uiat its gear system isn't 
efificioit oiough to get you qp most hUls. 
For this you need a Shut lO-qieed ^ar 
system. But these higher multiple gears 
can't take a coaster brake on the rear 
wheel and must use dual hand brakes. 

If your commuti^ trip tovdves 
distance and hills, youll need a higher 
multiple-gear bike evoi thou^ it ww't 
itop wdl on wet sheets, hi wet weather, 
you'll jiuit have to ri^ more cauticnisly. 



maybe even rqieaiedly applyhig the 
hand brakes to squeeze watw out of the 
pads as they i>ress against the wheels. 
For the novice w^ is faced with hills, 
a 5-speed btke with an easy to use 
geanhifting device on the handlebar 
grip might make a good compromise. 
Huffman makes a 54peed bike with a 
luuidlebar grip sUft and you get a 
sorprisbigly wide rai^ of gear ratios. 
Sears and Murray-Ohio have stanilar 
grip4hlf t systems oh S«peed modds but 
you don't get quite as wide a range of 
g«ir ratios. 

After breaking in for a year or so witli 
these shnpler, low«r geared bikes, you 
may be tempted to move up to a lighter, 
higher geared model that can take you 
on much longer trips with a minhnum of 

effcnrt. 

Thestf sportier bikes come with 
dropped handlebars, a narrow seat 
(which is necessary and comfortable hi 
the forward position)' and "rat trap" foot 
holders that give you better weight 
distribution and more efficient use of 
yoatlep. 

Whatever kind of Uke you get, be «ire 
to liuy it from an ntablished bicyde 
dealer who has a repair shop and ex- 
perienced mechanics. Make sure your 
bike is properly adjusted before taUng it 
himie. Also, make sure your bike is the 
right size. With the seat elevated around 
two inches, you shmdd be able 'to have 
one foot on the upraised pedal With the 
ball of the other foot touchhig the 
ground. 

A minimum guarantee should cover 
defects in the frame. Some dealers will 
give guarantees providing for a ''break- 
in" period with free adiustments. 

Handy eqidpment: fighte for nigbt 
ridhig (espedally lights that attach to 
your legs to warn motorista) , tire pump, 
bdl or horn, flask fw liquid refresh- 
ments, adjustatde wraicb and tire 
repair kit. 



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HOW THEY VOTED 



Congress sustains Nixon's veto 



LETTERS 

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BySONJAHILLGREN 
Son Washington Bureau 

WASHINGTON- 
Here's how area Mem- 
b«f8 ot COTgress were 
teemmi on major roll 
call votes from May 21-25. 

house: Failed to 
override, 236 for a 178 
against, President 
Nixra's veto of a bill 
requiring Senate con- 
firmation of Ctffice of 
l|[ani^»naat and Budget 
(0MB) director Roy L. 
Ash and his deputy 
Frederick V. BAaldc as 
weta as future top-levd 
CMB ai^mntees. 
mie vote was 40 stort of 
the two-thirds majority 
f^qtared to override a 
presidential veto. 

Supporters said the 
0MB (rfficdwlders, who 
luive powo- to impound 
federal hinds, should be 
subject- to Senate ap- 
proval J^ause they 
wi^ more power than 
'■ mort ClaUnet officials. 
;. (^iKments lalided tiie 
: mMsiffe UK^mstitotional 



tiecause it required 
retroactive ccmfhrmation 
of Ash and Malek. It 
would have abolished 
their posts and im- 
mediately recreated 
them with Soiate c<xi- 
firmation required. 

A v<He "agahst" was a 
vote to siqipcnt of the 
Presi(tent's veto. 

Reps. G. WiUiam 
Whitehurst, R-Norfolk, 
and Rdiert W. Dmiel Jr.. 
R-Spring Grove, voted 
against. 

Patted, 322 fw and 73 
against, a $3 billion NASA 
authtarization for fiscal 
1974, hicludtaig funds for 
the Skyl&b and S^iace 
Shuttle. 

T^e measure {HitVides 
the lowest NASA 
autoorisatitm sbu^ 1W2. 
$400 DdVon less than the 
fiscafiSTS audKHizatim. 

Supp<H'ters said the 
nation i^iould matotain 
its international 
superiority in space 
technolc^y. They said 
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from the space program 
contribute to advances in 
health, education and 
welfare. 

Opponents called for 
largor cuts in NASA's 
bu^et, sayhig the space 
program siphons funds 
from underfunded 
domestic pn^rams. 

Whitdiurst and Daniel 
voted for. 

SENATE: Voted for 
override, 62 for and 22 
against, the President's 
veto of the bill requiring 
Senate* confirmation of 
the two top 0MB posts. 

A vote "against" was a 
vote in support of the 
Pr^ident's veto. 

Sens. Harry F. Byrd 
voted for and William L. 
Scott voted against. 



Omfirmed, 82 for and 3 
agfaist, the Presidoit's 
nominaticm of Elliott L. 
Richyd^n as Attorney 
General. 

Supporters generally 
were convinced that 
Richardscm would give 
^pedal Prosecutor Ar- 
(&tald Ck>x freedom to 
fully investigate the 
Watergate isca«ial, as 
Richardson's con- 
firmation hinged on 
assurances that Cox^ 
wmild be iiM]q[)«ident. 

Opponents said 
RichardBoo, «1io has iuM 
three otlwr tqp jobs m the 
raxon Administratis, is 
too dose to the Ad- 
mhiistratlon to head the 
Juith» Dqiartoient as it 
inve^ates White Hmise 
involvement in the 
snndd. 

Byrd ami Scott vt^ed 
for. 

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President's nomination of 
William L. Springer, 
former Illinois 
(Congressman, to serve on 
the Federal Power 
Ckimmission. 

Sui^rters said their 
congressional 
associations with 
l^ringer convinced them 
of his integrity. 

Opponents said his 
voting record in 22 years 

of Congress showed a 
greater symapthy to the 
inter^ts of the power 
industry than to the 
consumers it serves. 

Byrd and Scott voted 
for. 

Adopted, 43 for an^^SS ^ 
against, an amendment 
prohibiting mutual 
savings banks from of- 
fering customers 
checking accounts that 
earn interest. The 
prdiibition applies to all 
states except 
Massachusetts and New 
Hampshire where the 
practice already exists. 

Supporters said the 
practice should be 
r^tricted,' warning that 
its proliferation in other 
states might give mutual 
savings banks an unfair 
advantage over pom- 
mocial banks that dcm't 
|wy mter^t on checking 
accounts. 

Opponents said other 
states shouldn't be 
restricted from ex- 
perimenting with the 
iimovation if diey choow. 
Tbe^ said experi«ice in 
New Ekigland has failed 
to show any adverse 
competitive disad- 
^u^age to comm^^ial 
badters not off oing the 
service. 

Bynl and Scott v(rted 
for. 




School funds 



Sir: 

Your question about the 
construction of a school 
at Fort Story misses one 
essential fact about the 
distribution of the cost. 
Federal impact funds 
previously were 
available for fhiancing * 
schools in areas with a 
large military 
population. Now the 
citizens of Virginia Beach 
are faced with providing 
schools for military 
dependents at a time 
when the Nixon Ad- 
ministraticm is cutting 
back on many forms d 
federal aid, ^tpecially for 
educational purposes. 

Either we get federd 
funds for childrai m 
military bases or Federd 
schods! 

John B. Gravatt 
Henry C. Slyik. D.Q^S. 



No schools needed 

sir: 

(Sty funds, our taxes, 
shmild not be toed to 
build another school, 
military or othervnse. My 
husband is U.S.N, 
retired, but then are 
other ways to med this 
crisis. 

I attended the Fifth 
National Seminar on 
^ar-round sclxKds awl if 
the school bcnrd, dty 
cmmcil and dtiaois wfll 
ttudc podtive and w(rt 
together, the existing 



schools can handle Uie 
idlux of stodents oa a 
year-roimd schod plan. 

Mrs. Eugene MarkowskI 



Motorcycle ban 



Personally I can't 
understand the need for a 
ban m lioardwalk cycling 
between 9 p.m. ainl^.m. 
udess the cydisto are 
causing disturbance to 
those tryii^ to deep; m 
the motds. 

Itowever, I wish th«« 
could t»e a ban on motor 
<^^li8ta at night. Dunng 
the summo' they roar at 
all hours to my neigh- 
bn^iood and disturh my 
sleep. 

Alice M.McKfaistry 



Trash or bikes? 

Sir: 

I recently read an 
articte to The Sun coo- 
cen^pg city countiirs. 
restrafion of bic^o^on 
the resort str^ board- 
walk of Virgtaiia Beadi. 

Ihte dtrturbs me very 
much. Aa a resklent of the 
borough <tf Virginia 
Beach, I pay taxes to 
emesa d reckieota to 
other-parts d Vhrgbda 
Beach. I pay this 
wQUi^ shue I do ai|(^ 
dM id(HBures ami con- 
vtonences td Uvfaig at Uie 
beadi. When my dty 
council decides to restrtot 
BM as to when I eaniiae 
tbeae convtoaeoces, I fed 
I am being "abfHrt 
chaagoif '. I can reodOy 

d bicyde rid^ on the 
bMrdwalk for pnblte 
ale^, hut I am see no 
advutage to reitriettog 
tte use d Ucycte afta- 
t:M P Ji. 



Both my wife and 
myself enj(^ ridii^ a 
bicyde on the boardwalk 
to the eventog after we 
have our children taken 
careitf. 

I apprectate the efforts 
d Cmmcil to maktog our 
city a good plaG» to live 
as wdl as fw touriste to 
visit, but I toid( they can 



direct their efforts 
toward odier items such 
as maktog more trash 
badceta available on the 
boardwalk. 

I hope that this letter 
will hdp city councU be 
aware d the f eeUngs of 
one of the dty's tax- 
payers. 

M.JJ>itrone 



City plans opposed 

Vtagida Beach residraits voiced toeir o^iodtion 
to action m the part of dty govemmoit to d^^ve 
tlwm o( a vdce to expenditure d public fimds, and- 
or to regulate their daily activities. 

Ihia p^ is well illustoated to their respcmse to 
Sun Survey questioiis omceming plans to construct 
a school at Fort St(»7, and restriction of bicydmg 
on the resort strip iMMffdwalk aloi^ the oceanlrait. 

The questitm oif "Shodd the dty construct a 
school on Fort Story pnp^ to educate military 
depenteit children?" iMmnped good respmse. 
Eadi ci the r^es, indudmg sewrd letters/ were 
n^ative. 

The same wn tone with responses to Uie questicm 
"Shrndd cycltog be baimed on the boardwalk after 9 

pjn.t", with emfdiasis <» the nq^tive. 

More detailed vtows on these matters are cmi- 
tained to ttiis wed('s letters to the editw. 

This wedc the Vh'ginia Beach Sim eiqilored the 
iaam- of reqdring dty oNmcilmen ami the; city 
muiager to iHMdy dbctose tfadr financial to- 
toreds. The iwopoaal, wl^di is <fiscus8ed to a page 
one ttHcle as wdl as editorlidty, also pomitt the 
dty manager to retpdre toe sane d certato dty 
tm^kxyttn, as wdl as membm d die plandi^ 
cmnmdssion and schod board. 

The \^i9tada BeenA Sm wdcones your opnioo 
<» die inue by answeing this wedc's Sim Sinrv^ 
qoedton, as wdl as letters from those who n^ to 
exidato fl^r viewpdiA to ddall. 



SUN SURVEY 

Should City Councilmen and oth*r Gty 
Officials b« requirod to moko a public 
dodaratlon of thoir financial intarests? 




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Loving care for Upper Wolf snare Council faces money matters 



fhursdoy, Moy 31, 1973— The Soiv-l»o9« 3 



By HELEN CRIST 
Sub Staff Writer 

Upper Wolfanare, the 
17S9 Georgian house on 
Potter Road which 
Tliomas Wajlte built, is 
getting plenty of tender 
loving care (TLC) these 
days from Okey and 
Louella Townsend who 
live there, and from the 
Virginia Beach Garden 
Club which is land- 
scaping the grounds. 

Townsend is busy 



"We decided i^bout a 
year ago to adopt this as 
our grand project," 
F%»^raioe said. 

Tbey called upon L. K. 
Warrai, tree expert, for 
an cqdnion (rf aome v«ry 
old trees in the yard.' 
Unfortunately, a huge 
willow oak in the back 
was dyii« and was taken 
down. 

There are three treee in 
ttie front and to Uie si^ 
that are hop^lly g^ig 
ttf sun^ve: a dieaiirt Mk, 



craclcing up the cement of magnolia and wffiow onk. 
the front porch , removing 
it and bringing the house 
closer to its original 



.appearance. 

Princess Anne 

Historical Society, the 

owner, is encouragii^ the 

-TLC so the house will be 

. sdiipshape when it goes on 
,the Historical Tour 
October 10. 

■ Mrs. Florence Turner 
. is chairman of the land- 
. scaping committee of the 
garden club. Working 
with her are Mrs. 
Hichard G. Weede, Mrs. 
Marion Bowers, Mrs. 
Thom Henderson and 
l^rs. Robot Tumbull. 



Some years a^, tiiere 
were jtans to pi4 « 
r»taurai4 hi Uie house. 
Whm Nursory tiered to 
line the driveway with 
crape myrtles, so 
Fl<H*ence Turner asked 
hbn if the offer stiU held 
good. 

He tdd her it did, so 
they wasted no time hi 

arranging for the plan- 
thig. Last March, 43 
crape myrtles were 
planted <m either Bids d 
the (hiveway, witii an 
assist fhmi the city. 

Fred Belden, ol the 
Landscaping Department 
of Odonial Williamsburg, 



came down last fall and 
save the women a 
ioitira] idia of l%er 
Wdfnara as it must have 
been orlgtaially. 

"He said that it was a 
worting farm and the 
grounds should be kepU 
fidrly simple with no 
formal gardens," 
Florence said. 

hi ordo- to counteract 
the rottndneM of the man- 
noade island on D^ik^ Uie 
house stands (it's 
surrounded by a bonow 
pit, fbmifd when the 
Expressway/wag built), 
m^ dedded to plant 
trees in an irregular 

pattern around the watn*. 
This would have the 
advanti^e of elimhiating 

noise ot automobiles and 
lights from the Ex- 
pressway. 

So Mrs. Turner con- 
tacted Union Camp Co., 
and asked if it would 
donate pine seedlinp to 
the project. 

As a result. 160 loblolly 
pines, 20 white pines and 
19 scrub pines were 
idanted. 

They've also put hi two 



22 ft. idBQow oak trees, 
five maple, and 10 
American hoUy. 

The Junior Virginia 
Beadi Garden Club is 
he^hig too. 

One of the m'^bers 

called Florenra Tun^ 
the other day and said the 
girls hMlSOO they didn't 
know what to do with. 

Florence promptly 
8aid,"T1iat's divtaie..Jiow 
would you like to put op a 
gate at Upper Wolf- 
snare?" 

It i^as a popular 
suggestion, and that's 
what they wUl do. 

"There was a tot of 
(fiscunkm and suggestion 
about what kind of gate it 
should be," she said. But 

Florence is a stickler for 
authenticity, so they had 
Belden draw a picture of 
an appropriate one. 

"It was a plahi white 
paddock gat with no 
daborate design." 

Landscaping at the 
firoi^t Hi UK house wiU 
have to wait until the 
pcHTch comes off. 

"But ymt know hi those 
days, shrubs weren't 



used in profusion," 
FlitftQice said. 

Th^'ve been offered 
plants and while they 
don't want to offend 
anyime, they must have 
Uiings of the period. 

"For instance, 
cam^as, and azaleas 
wer«i't around thai." 

The club plans to have 
a kitchen garden, and 
herb garden surrounded 
1^ a hedge of boxwood 
irimilar to tht kitchens in 
Williamsburg. 

It's a slow process, but 
necessarily so, since its 



Several items of 
financial interest to 
Virginia Beach residents 
are scheduled for 
discussion during city 
council's regular meeting 
on Mond^r. The items 
were carried over from 
this week's meeting, 
which was cancelled due 
to the Memorial Day 
holiday. 

Included are a proposal 
for mandatory disclroure 
of financial interests by 
city councilmen and the 
city manager, as well as 
providing the city 



manager with the option 
of requiring the same 
disclosure from members 
of the school board and 
planning commis»(Hi and 
certain city emfdoyees. 

A similiar proposal 
requiring such 
disclosures by architects 
and consultants ehgi^ed 
in design work for the city 
is also scheduled for 
discussion. 

Action is also expected 
on a proposal to require 
the city of Norfolk to 
account for im- 
{HTovements made to its 



Police say drugs linked to murder 



value lies in Uie 
authenticity of 
re]»t)duction. , 

Stranded 

motorist 

kUled 

Hoiicesaid John E.Ph- 
illips, 72, of Jack Frost 
Road, was struck by an 
auto as he was walking to 
his auto with a can of 

gasoline. 

Hie accident occurred 
on Northampton 
Boulevard near the inter- 



Broken Needles to hold 
Bible, stxidies, sendees 



section 
Avenue. 



Norwich 



Broken Needles, Inc., a 
non-profit Christian anti- 
drug program, has 
received a use permit 
from aty Council to hold 
Bible studies and church 
services in the new 
Broken Needles Center at 
5445 Connie Lane. 

Four new programs are 
currently i^ing offered. 
Sunday School starts at 
9:45 a.m. on Sundays, 
Sunday services begin at 
11 a.m. and Bible studies, 
"«very Sunday, Tuesday, 
Thursday and Saturday, 
begin at 8 p.m. 

A preventive 
recreational drug 
program is also being 
offered, Monday thrmigh 



Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. 
and Saturday and Sunday 
from 1 to 8 p.m. 

Parents must co- 
register with minors for 
the recreational 
ftogjram. All programs 
are open to the public. 
Additional information 
may be obtained by 
calling the Broken 
Needles Hotline at 499- 
ffi« or 499-7356 or by 
writing Broken Needles, 
P.O. Box 1017, Virginia 
Beach. Va. 23451. 



water system during the 
contractural peri^ of 
supplying water to 
Virginia Beach. This 
improvement factor 
which was charged 
Virginia Beach, was of 
significant consideration 
in the contract 
agreem«it. 

Driver dies 
in accident 

A single car accident 
claimed the life of an 
Aragona' Village raiident, 
accordhig to police, in the 
early morning hours of 
last Sunday. 

Investigators said 
Donald W. Craver, of 
Honeygrove Road, was 
fatally injured when the 
car whicii he was driving 
went out of control and ca- 
reened off Baker Road 
into a clump (tf trees. 

Craver's car was de- 
molislied in the impact 
after skidding about 300 
feet before leaving the ^ 
roadway. 

His death was the 11th 
traffic fatality recorded 
in— the resOTt dty tiiis 
year. 



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Police say drugs, 
possibly marijuana, 
apparently were mvolved 
in the killing last Sunday 
of a 16-year-old 
Chesapeake youth. 

.. Authorities said they 
have charged Roy A. 
-Reed, reportedly AWOL 
from the 82nd Airborne 
Division at Ft. Bragg, 
N.C., with murder in tiK 
fatal shooting of Marvin 
E. Roach, Jr. 



Investigators said 
evidence pomts to drugs 
bemg used at the time 
Roach was shot with a 45- 
calibre pistol in a smaU 
apartment in the ClUnese 
Corner area adjacent to 
Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. 

Accordmg to officials, a 
quantity oi stol^ mer- 
chandise was discovered 
during ttieu: mvestigatton 
in an abandondedbam, hi 



Boys' Glubs offer 
summer programs 



woods off the 5S0O block of 
Virginift Beach 

Boulevard, ^hich 
reportedly had been 
frequented recently by 
Reed. Although police 
were unable to estaldish a 

local address for Reed 
they say he has relatives 
hi Chesapeake. 

Invest^ators said at 
the tune of the ^looting 
ttiose hi the apartanent, hi 

addition to Reed and 
Roach, hicluded Roach's 



17-year-old brother, his 
21-year-old half-lff'other 
William Puckett, and 
Puckett's 17-year-old 
wife. 

A medical examhier's 
report indicated Roach 
died of a suigle gunshot 
wound in Uie head. 

At last reports no 
motive had been 

established in the 
shoothig, and police say a 

search was continuing for 
Reed. 



Anytluiii more fanportaiit thu 
yov family's (tatun? . Put 
flnt thinfi fint with Common 
IcMe Life Insunnoe. 

CALL ME TODAY 

liA. Rodriquez 



The Boys' Club of 
Vii^inia Beach and the 
Boys' Club of Norfolk has 
two summer programs 
ipT boys with spaces still 
available. 

A Umited number of 
boys may still sign up for 
a summer program teing 
sponsored by the Boys' 
Club of Virginia Beach in 
coorperation with the 
Houston Unit of the Boys' 
aub of Norfolk. 

Boys will be tran- 
'^rted from (me of five 
Virginia Beach pick- 
up points to the Houstoi 
'(Hub one day a week for 
' nine weeks during the 
stimmo-. Hie cost is $6, 
/including tram^wrtatiim 
and club membershq;). 
. .The program cmisists 
.oil athletics, games, arts, 
.^d crafts and special 
events. 

Sign iqps will be taken 
at the United Com- 
mimiti«i Fund Service 
Center in the Princess 

Qub sponsors 
niihinage sale 

The Kempsville 
\ Garden Club wUl spaa^xr 
' a rummage sale fnmi 
7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Saturday in the Be-lo 
^permarket parking lot, 
en the ctxner (rf Prmcess 
Anne and Kempsville 
Roads. 

llie sale will hiclude 
numberous household 
Ifems. Proceeds win go to 
finance b^utification 
projects around Konps- 



REBI6EN0UGHJ 

TODOTHEJOB^ I 
SMALL ENOUGHI 



Theatre building on 
Vurgmia Beach Blvd. or 
by mail. Additional in- 
formatiim may be ob- 
tained by calling the 
Houston Boys' Qub at 
855-8908. 

In addition, the Boys' 
Clubs of Norfolk will 
spmaoe a Day Camp 
I^ram f(Hr the seventh 
consecutive year 
begmning June 25 for 
boys 7-13. The camp will 
be held on the Northwest 
Navy Radio Station 
property near the NorUi 
Carolina state line. 

The program will 
consist of fishing, 
swimming, arts and 
crafts, nature study, 
athletics and other 
events. The fee for each 
two-wedc s^i<m is $1S. 

Additimal mfnmation 
aboirt this program may 
beobtahied by calling the 
H(Miston Boys' Qub at the 
number above. 



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Ordinance: 

AN ORDINANCE DECLARING LOTS « AND 41 OP 
BLOCK 117 OF THE SUBDIVISION PLAT W kALEWO(»> 
EXCESS 

BE rr ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF VIRGINU 
BEACH, VIRGINIA: 

WHEREAS Lots 40 and 41 <rf Block 117 of the Subdivislm <a 
Lidcewood was ac^iired by ttw City of Virginia Beads and in 
tlMi^riaim of City GoiBidl is now excess (rf the needs of ttie 
aty; and 

WHEREAS ttese parcds liav&pow ^een ^qmOsed; and 
WHEREAS it to now oonndarrsuitalde to diqwte d these 
parcds; 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE OTY OP 
VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA: 

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to hereby authoriaed to advertise ttie said lai^ierty md ac- 
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Virgtaia Beach, Vtrgtada, 19 to M:W A.M . 00 Jiae 7, UTS, at 
«Mch tfane ud plMe wiD be piddkly opened uid read aloud, 
the (^ raMTves the r^t to reject aogr w all biito and to seD 
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carrier's ched( or certi&d dMck payable to Itesuro-, a^ 
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Sam Blalock, Pefe 





top 
lyinners atWesleyan 



:lKt|^Biro Viit;inia Beach 

iS^fliMai mre awarded 

>. -|0p boom at the Virginia 

rJV^dqrtti OoDege Annual 

Atfietic Awards Dinner 

nccDtly. ^m Blalock, a 

'•eirior, and junior Pete 

intkert walked away 

' iritii two ol Wesleyan's 

meatdierished treses. 

'. .Uak»ck, a Kellam 

'JGMatAte iHu> lives at 650 

, Arvida Lane, recdved a 

• • A.R.A.'Slitor Award as 

tin Moat OuUtanding 

Inior Athlete. He let- 

Inred in loccer and in 

! teaebaU and iras selected 

''.'lO' the Dixie In- 

. tiKollegiate Athletic 

: .OBofarenoe All • Con- 

tmoee Sk)cc«r Team. 

'.W^trs lettered in 

.kMkelball and won the 

JiMt Valuable Player 

-^tovard in BasketfoaU. A 

iKmer Bayside standout, 

N was named to the 

Dixie Intercollegiate 

Albletic Conference All - 

Basketball 



Team. Withers lives at 
4821 CuUen Road. 

Sixty-four varsity 
letters were awarded 
during ttie ceremonies. 
Five men received lettMi 
in cross-country, 16 in 
baseball, 18 in soccora*, IS 
in basketball, seven ia 
tranis, and six in golf. 

Richard Poole, 4921 
Sullivan Boulvard, and 
Warren Stewart, 4725 
Deerfidd Lane, joined 
Withers as basketball 
letter winners. Beddea 
Blalock, David Marshall, 
4509 Powdls Pohit Drive, 
and Eric Mtmtogmery, 
4729 Nuttfield Lane, 
earned letters in soccer. 

George Dow, 5028 
Maderina Road, was the 
only Beach player to 
letter in tennis, and' 
Blalock was the only 
Beach basebaU player to 
letter. No Beach athletes 
earned Wesleyan letters 
in golf (Mr cross-country. 



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By T. Jay Brumbley Sports Editor 



• •.y?.«.'.\«.>sy.-? 



How to convert 
your yar d into 



'-a wildlife refuge 



Pechaps you do not 
iifaik of your teckyard as 
• wildlife refuge, but the 
National Wildlife 
iladeration does. The 
Vjederatton even hopes 
ybtt wffl;want to make 
fPW ywd part oi its new 
MlionWide network of 
r^istCTed miniature 
nfqges. 

"Invite WUdlife to Your 
Badcyard," an article in 
flie ^uil-May isnie of 
National Wildlife 
magamne, gives step-by- 
■tep directi(M)8 f^ cm- 
verting your ^rd into a 
haven for wildlife. The 
aecrd lies fai putting the 
needs ci birds and other 
animals , first when 
choosing trees, shrubs, 
flowers, and grasses to 
beautify your home. 
Mountain ash. for 
«nmple, may bring 15 
^ecies of birds to your 
ytad, iHnle red cedar has 
been known to attract 68 



The results are more 
jitulng Ihui you might 
flifaik. Bh^ like variety, 
and many of their 
favnite foods, such as 
bri^t red, (Hrange, or 
fahie berries, grow <m 
aome of your favorite 
lawn trees and bu^es. 
The iMnes and^ra \duch 
a^rirrds need for cover, 
acorns, md nests, ateo 
provkle windbreaks and 
beauty Im yoat home. 

Installing a Mrdbath to 
•nmre a year-round 
w^er aiqii^y for wfldlif e 
aiw adds charm and 
tateart to yma yard. A 
nsall pool not only 
cnates a htMne for fab. 



frogs, turtles, and 
chragonflies, but provides 
a new focal point in your 
landscape design as well. 

To have your property 
registered as a National 
Wildlife Backyard 
Habitat, you need only 
provide evidence that 
your yard is a dq;>endable 
smirce of wildlife's four 
basic i»eds— food, water, 
cover ,^ and^ nesting 
places, four reward will 
be a mace beautiftil and 
interesting yard, fewer 
insects, and higher 
pr(^)a'ty value. 

"Under this new 
prc^raro, thousands of 
acres in residential 
neighborhoods could 
become a tremendous 
asset to wildlife— and to 
people," says lliomas L. 
Kimball, Executive Vice- 
President of the Naticmal 
Wildlife Federation. 
"Backyards across the 
country add up to 
millioiffi of acres. With a 
little th(wght, mtmey, and 
effort, we could reverse 
the flight of wildlife 
before the bulldozer and 
restore their beauty to 
our livw." 

Foij a free copy of 
"Invite Wildlife to ymir 
Backyard," write to 
Backyard Wildlife 
Program, '- National 
WUdlife Federation, 1412 
16th St_., N. W., 
Washington, D. C, 20036. 
Additi<»al co^es cost 25 
cents each. NWF 
m«iberdiip infomation 
and an appUcatim f«rm 
for enroling yotr yard in 
the program may be 
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UNHURT BUT DIFINITELY OUT of ftie race, R«i Crum ©f 

Virginia Beach, pulls his bike out of the ditch with the help of 
an official. Forced off the track/ Crum had no chance. Not a 
single Beach rider placed Sunday. The onslaught of out-of- 
state riders took all of the $2,500 purse home withem. Mickey 
Boone/only 17, won over $500 with four first places. Atrophy 
race will be held this Sunday at Mid-East. (Photo by Bruce 
Colwell) 

Ed Smith, Scott Harrell { 
N.C. State's first mat grants 



Last Tuseday in the 
Aragona Tee League, the 
Astros beat the Astrokis 18 
to 4 in a hard fouf^t 
game. Michael Craft hit a 
Iwme run in the third 
inning, driving in two 
men to put the ganoe on 
ice for the Astros. 



North Carolina State 
University has joined the 
list of top colleges and 
universities in the 
country ttiat are begin- 
ning to recognize Virginia 
Beach as the breeding 
ground for top wrestlers. 
State recently awarded 
its first two wrestling 
scholar^ips, and both 
went to Virginia Beach 
mat standouts, Ed Smith 
and Scott Harrell. 

Jerry Daniels, head 
wrestling coach at N.C. 
State, came here to 
pers(Nially sign the two. 
Smith wrestled for 
Princess Anne in the 167- 
pound class, and Harrell 
was Cox's 132-pound 
man. 

Princess Anne 

wrestling coach' Arnie 
Davis said at the signing 



ceremonies that the 
Smith scholarship was 
the first awarded to a 
Cavalier wrestler. Cox, 
Virginia's state cham- 
poinship team in 1972 and 
1973, has had a number of 
mat grants awarded to its 
wrestlers. 

Harrell's senior year 
topped an outstanding 
year at Cox. During the 
past season, he won the 
132-pound Eastern 
District Champoinship 
and placed second in ix)th 
the Eastern Regional and 
State Tournaments. He 
also finished second in 
the Falcon Invitational 
Wrestling Meet. 

Smith, the 1972 State 
Amateur Athletic Union 
Junior Olympic Cham; 
pion, won his 167-pound 
weight class in Uie Falcon 



Invitational Meet. He 
ended his scholarship 
career by being named to 
the Virginia All-State 
Wrestling Team. 

Smith compiled a 13-1 
record during his senior 
year and was ranked 
number one in the State. 
Everythii^ seemed to be 
going his way— he had his 
heart set on a major 
university wrestling 
scholarship— until two 
days before the Eastern 
District Tournament. 

During a practice 
session, he tore Ugimoits 
in both ankles and the 
Achilles tendon in his 1^ 
foot. It was a bleak 
momoit for Smith. Eb 
felt that the injuries had 



tdown his chances tvr a 
scholarship. 

Fortunately, the story 
has a happy ending. 
&nith recovered from his 
injuries, convinced a 
number of colleges that 
he was healUiy, was 
offered a number of 
scholardups, and thm 
chose N.C. SUte for his 
coll^date mat career. 



Soap Box Derby 
tfane draws near 



IHal rvM begin in June 
lor the TUMAler Soap 
BiBK Oerby. IMS year's 
nftiriilbe hdd on the 
flMTMdt at m: Ttmib- 
moR, on .hily Itth. 

, All ^oya and girla U 
mnoA IS years of age 
, (oittfr date is August 
1ft) are 9^k0)1» to race. 
t^^^ oHitestant must 
bidldhia or her own racer 
with only advice and 



fn»n adults. 

lb ei^r the race, ^op 

by any Vh^inia Beach 

T Aw^qpvtment for entry 

forms, and rule books. 

The winno* will go to 
Akron, ^lio, to compete 
for $30,000 in scholar 
ship prizes in the 
Ail-American Soap 
Box Derby on August 
18th. 



Strange tied for lead 



Curtis Strange is tied 
f(ir the lead after the 
secMid round of the 
MacArthur Memorial 
Gelf Tournament. The 
Princess Anne High 
School senior shot 6S and 
74 raunds, ghdng Urn a 
139 total aner 36 holes. 

O.D. Gardner is tied 
with Strange for the lead. 
The diird and ffaia} 18 



holes will be played 
Saturday morning, June 
2nd. at Lake Wright Golf 
Course. 

PWl Somers is tied for 
tfiird with 140 strokes, one 
stnke behind the leaders. 
Other Beach golfers in 
the tq> fini^ers include 
Oynn Perktas, 142, and 
Carl Peterson, 



ATR grff toumey on June 9th 



Hie lien's Committee, 
Tidewater Chapter of the 
American Institute of 
BanUng (AIB), will hold 
its annual golf tour- 
nament on June 9th at 
Bow Creek Golf Club. All 
arm bankers are 



welcome to participate. 

The toumey will begin 
at 10 a.m. The Saturday 
round will conclude with 
troi^y inresentations for 
tow ijross, low net, anjL 
blind bogey winners. 



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AUTOMOBILES & TRUCKS 

INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT 

USED AND SURPLUS 



The Qty of Vfaiinia Beach, Viisinia, will receive 
Udi at paMic ractioa for 72 units used automobilies, 
tracks, and tadustrial equipment of various years of 
awiB&ctare ind maiDes on die grounds of die City 
Gwige localed on Lee Roy Drhc off Seaboard 
Aveaoe new Mkcbi Aime Courthouse at 10:00 t 
AJi. oa Ihondqr, June 14, 1973. Interested 



^.^ 1 9V ^^ ^ ^^ during normal business 
hoan Meiadsy Hiaowi^ FHday on the grounds of tlie 
City Gsage, and tf ^ same time, will be given a 
6etiMitA VtOoi m to roistered identification for the 
nntti. IkeOty icMfves Ac ii||it to reject any and 
dl Udi. SB CCMiflii bkMmjnuHt be prepared to pay 
for each aait it Ac ckMiiif<rf each sale to receive 
tHk tnopfer. Eiqdoyeea of the City of Vnginia 
Beach and OMmdien of dieir fanmediate families ; 
aotditfiktobid. 



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AUCTIONEER 



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WELCOME TO ALL 

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Wetlands : 



Going, going 

Will they be gone? 



All the failures and 
frustrations of public 
efforts to proiect 
wetlands find their 
culmination in Virgina 
Beach, where the 
"World's Largest Resort 
City "--abetted by the 
Cwps of Engineers-is a 
principal participant in 
wetland destruction. 

Much of Virginia Beach 
is a barrier dune, with the 
rfiore anchored In place 
by assorted motels, 
restaurants, souvenir 
shops and pizza parlors. 
Behind the dunes lie 
rippling lakes and creeks 
which stiill retain 
wetlands remnants. 

The geography of the 
city presents two 
jwoblems: The first is 
keeping open the 
pleasure boat channels 
into the bays, which are 
now lined with expensive 
homes; the second is 
retaining the ocean 
beach, which by way of 
the hundreds of 
thousands of visitors it 
attracts during the 
summer, underpins the 
city's economy. 

Unfortunately, the 
channels keep filling up- 
and the Corps of 
Engineers must con- 
tinually dredge them 
-open, AMWeh^-roeans^fin- 
ding a place to put the 
dredge spoil. And the 
resort-area beach a short 
distance away is con- 
stantly shifting. After a 
particularly vigorous 
storm; little sand 
remains. This requires it 
regular replacement 
(euphemistically called 
"beach nourishment"). 

The city's solution to 
the first problem was to 
dump the spoil from 
one big dredging project 
on private wetlands-thus 
enriching a developer. To 
solve the problem of 
beach replenishment, the 
city wants to dig a 
channel through ex- 
tensive wetlands around 
another lake to quarry 
sand for the beach. 

The two cases well 
illustrate the attitude 
of city official- 
dom (although there are 
notable exceptifhis) to- 
ward Virginia Beach 
wetlands and the pur- 
poses to which they are to 
be put. 

Last August, En- 
vironment News, which is 
published monthly by the 
Middle Atlantic En- 
vironment Center, 
related the case of 
developer F." Wayne 
McLeskey and the city's 
abetting his filling of 
wetlands for a to-be- 
developed apartment 
complex just inside 
Lynnhaven Inlet from 
Chesapeake Bay. The fill 
spoil was courtesy of the 
Corps of Engineers from 
its dredging"for the city - 
of the Lynnhaven 
channel. Perhaps em- 
barrassed by its con- 
nection to the case, the 
Corps has adamantly 
refused (despite vigorous 
urging by the Fish and 
Wildlife Service) to live 
up to its responsibilities 
under the 1899 Refuse 
Act. The moving of sand 
continues,, ^nd the Corps 
cannot be moved to ac- 
tion. 



The story is one of 
tangled embrace between 
the city and McLeskqr, to 
the substantial ben«m <rf 
McLeskey and to the 
detriment of the wetlands 
of Lynnhaven Inlet, in the 
opinion of the En- 
vironment News 
research staff. 

It dates back to the late 
1960's when the 'city, 
which must provide spoil 
disposal sites for the 
Corps of Engineers, 
approached the then- 
owner of the 34.7-acre site 
and inquired about the 
possibility of placing 
spoil on 15 acres of high 
land at the rear of the 
site. 

McLeskey sub- 
sequently purchased the 
land, and in 1970, spoil 
from dredging by a Corps 
contractor in Lynnhaven 
Inlet was placed on 
McLeskey's property. 
This occurred again in 
1972. (Ironically, the city 
later used some of the 
sand for beach nourish- 
ment and paid the costs of 
its transport and 
replacement.) 

McLeskey ' then began 
spreading the sand 
around his marshland. 

The Corps of Engineers 
first found that McLeskey 
did indeed fU14& wetlands 
and areas below mean 
high water without the 
required Corps permit. 
But only a month later, 
after a conference with 
McLeskey, the then- 
Norfolk District 
Engineer, Col. James A. 
Tormey, changed his 
stand and said "any 
violation of the law was 
quite minor if at all" and 
"unintentional." Col. 
Tormey has taken 
another assignment, but 
his assessment remains 
the position of the Corps. 

McLeskey maintains 
that he is simply provid- 
ing a service to the city 
by taking the fill and 
spreading it around his 
property to keep it from 
blowing onto ajacent 
property. In a letter to the 
Corps, McLeskey 
asserted that he is trying 
to rid the community "of 
a nuisance, that the Corps 
in concert with the city 
created in the first 
place." 

But the Fish and 
Wildlife Service (FWS) 
sees it differently. 
Contrary to the Corps 
assertion that 
McLeskey's wetlands 
filling was "minor," a 
Service investigatpr 
reported that some 25 to 
30 acres had been filled 
(although the Corps 
contends most of this is 
high land above the mean 
high water line and out of 
its jurisdiction). The 
estuarin area involved 
"is of great value to fish 
and wildlife resources," 
says FWS. While com- 
menting on another 
McLeskey proposal to 
dredge more than 1 
million cubic yards of 
sand for a boat channel 
around the periphery of 
his property, FWS ob- 
served: "The riparian 
owner is obtaining upland 
real estate at the expense 

of public resources." That 
project has 6^n shelved 
in part because of FWS 



opposition. Last Novem- represponsibility for 
ber, FWS reported the destruction of Lake 



"apparent viofation" 
of the 18S9 Refuse Act at 
the McLeskey site to the 
Norfolk District Offloc of 
the Corps, but McLeskey 
coiftiitties to move sand 
.around on what the 
Service maintains was 
once wetlands. The in- 
teragency dispute con- 
tinues over the McLeskey 
operation, with FWS 
pressing the Corps, which 
adamantly maintains its 
no-action stand. 

South of Virginia 
Beach's oceanfront motel 
strip lies Lake Rudee. 
Opening onto the 
Atlantic, it has iwt felt the 
wave of development and 
it still ringed by 
wetlands. But the city 
wants to change all that. 

Just days before the 
state's Wetlands Act was 
to take effect last year, 
the City Council approved 
a resolution aimed at 
exempting under the 
Act's "grandfather" 
clause the excavation of 
Lake Rudee sand for 
"nourishment" of the 
city's beach a few miles 
to the north. 

While holding to its 
position that the Lake 
Rudee dredging was 
^exempt from coverage 
under the Wetlands Act, 
the city asked for a ruling 
to that effect by the 
Virginia Beach Wetlands 
Board so as to avoid the 
possibility of a lawsuit. 

The project involves 
the dredging of channels 
in Lake Rudee for access 
to a headland where sand 
will be quarried. 
However, the city 
proposes to eventually 
channel past the quarry 
site, extending 100-foot 
wide, S-foot deep canals 
into arms of Lake Rudee 
• along which there is no 
present development. 

In its report to the 
Wetlands Board, the 
Virginia Institute of 
Marine Science declared 
that the Lake Rudee 
wetlands are of "primary 
ecological significance." 
VIMS representative 
Mark Luttrell suggested 
that wetlands loss could 
be minimized by taking a 
direct route to the quarry 
site and abandoning 
plans to channel past it. 
Said Luttrell: "This is 
more of navigation 
project than a beach 
replenishment project." 
VIMS also warned that 
the esturay sand is too 
fine-grained for 
replenishment purposes 
and would quickly wash 
away. 

Wetlands Board 
member Barbara Racine 
questioned Assistant City 
Engineer Arthur Berger 
about the prupose of the 
extra channels. "You talk 
about opening up 
navigable channels. For 
whom?" she asked. 
"That is not for the 
public, right?" 

Berger answered, "For 
the public and-or develop- 
ers as yet unidentified." 
unidentified." 

The Wetland Board 
(Mrs. Racine abstaining) 
decided that the project 
was indeed grand- 
fathered, which also 
absolved the Board of 



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Rudee's wetlands. 
Howevar, the city may 
find its channels bk)cked 
by the Fish and Wildlife 
Service which has 
rtfused to approve 
the project.FWS District 
Supervisor Larry Shanks 
says that the city could 
use a dragline to dig a 
hole big enough to float a 
dredge, which then could 
be brought to the quarry 
site by way of the natural 
creek channel, thus 
destroying no wetlands. 
The Corps has approved 
the quarry site, iMJt has 
not reached a decision on 
the route question. It is 
preparing an en- 
vironmental impact 
statemoit on the project 
which will consider al- 
ternatives to the city'^ 
proposal. 

Ilie city maintains that 
it plans to dig the 
channels past the quarry 
site over a period of 
years, and it is simply 
presenting an overall 
plan for Lake Rudee 
davdoimient. 

In his remarks to the 
Wetlands Board, Berger 
proveded revealing In- 
sights into the future fate 
of Laker Ructee. 

The Corps of Ei^neers 
has ix-oposed the building 
of a new big breakwater 
at the mouth of Rudee 
Inlet. In commenting on 
the Corps draft en- 
vironmental impact 
statement for the project, 
the Environmental 
Protection Agency said 
that the "effects of any 
increased use of Lake 
Rudee and its surroun- 
ding lands should be 
analyzed. If development 
pressure will increase, 
then steps might be 
warranted to secure for 
the public the 'extensive 
marshlands' which fringe 
the western part of the 
estuary." 




Tbf OOLLEOUTB ObLPBI J nmYE LLM of Virginia Beach (right) recentiy 
was presented the 1973 MoSTViduaEirPlayer Award for Golf by his coach Ron 
Roberts (center)at Georgia Southern Colleege, Statesville, Georgia. Ellis is one 
of only three g6Ifa3 in the United States this season to have captured medalist 
honors in four majro golf tournaments. Pat Lane (left) won the MVP award in 
1972, when he was named to the University Division All all-American Team after 
pacing the Eagles to a 13th-place finish in the NCAA University Division 
National Golf Tournament. Lane is from Sylvania, Georgia. 

Top 25 drivers ready for 
Mason-EKxon 500 green flag 
on Sunday at Dover Downs 

Benny Parsons surged 
to the front in the first leg 
of the WinstCHi Chip Grand 
National point sfafHIhgsr 
after finishing third at 
Talladega in a wreck- 



Oyster Bo\iA r 
tickets go Q0ji 
sale by maiiyf 

Oyster j Bowl tickets 
are now oa 'sale bv^nail 
from the Oyster i^Bbwl 
Ticket Office at 521 West 
2Sth Street in Nilrfolk. 
The 27th wch ev^aivill 
feature Duke- -jr^nd 
Maryland on \ooin- 
cidently, October silfi in 
Foreman Field, '^v 

Sponsored by Khedive 
Temple, the annual gline 
earns funds fof^^the 
9)riner's Hospitalei*<'<or 
crippled and i^urnt 
children. The Bowlr^lUis 
raised many thousand of 
dollars in its .-ever 
quarter-century hiRtAry 
for treatment, omd 
rehibilitation. ^•• 

Checks must ^^c- 
company the . ti^et 
request. The irost*Uof 
regular reserved -ptiits 
has been upped a di^Mr to 
$7 per ticket thlavr^ear. 
Bowlers remain a(>|&C50 
each. Only mail (ff^s 
are being accepte<l.i0w. 
Over-the-counter tidtitts 
sales will not begin -until 
July. 



Benny said. "I can sure runner in Grand National 

use the $10,000 in my race competition . 

operation. We're having On^jhe other hand^ 



marred Winston "560" on 
May 6th. Benny is among 
the top 25 Grand National 
drivers signed for the 
Mason-Dixon "500" at 
Dover Dpwns In- 
ternational Speedway on 
Sunday, June 3rd. ^ 

Parsons, who finished 
second at Darlington in 
the Rebel "500" in April, 
is enjoying his best 
season since joining 
NASCAR in 1970 to 
compete on a regular 
basis. ^"~~ 

"I'm real pleased to 
lead the first leg of the 
Winston Cup Series," 



the besf year since we 
joined the Grand 
National circuit, but it's 
been very expensive 
fielding a competitive 
car." 

Cecil Gordon, James 
Hylton, and Cale Yar- 
borough, who closely trail 
Parsons in the point 
standings are all driving 
ClJhevrolet race cars. 

"Since Junior Johnsc" 
developed the Clhevrolet, 
and Coo Coo Marlin 
started running 
strong,we all decided 
with costs what they are, 
we'd do better racing 
Chevrolets," commented 
Cecil Gorson, a front 



Walter Ballard, 1971 
Grand National Rookie of 
the Year reveals, "When 
everybody started 
switching to Chevrolet, I 
built one also. I kept my 
'71 Mercury and soon 
decided I better stick 
with a car I knew how to 
set up correctly. I knew 
very little about a Chevy, 
so I sold it, and stayed 
with a Mercury." 

Richard Petty, Buddy 
Baker, Buddy Arrington, 
Jabe Thomas, Frank 
Warren, Ed P^ngre, and 
John Sears, all ranked in 
the top 25, will drive 
Dodge racers in Sunday's 
Mason-Dixon "500" at 
Dover Downs. 





A resort city m^h Hfis 
killed by lightnt|8. 
while fishing Mefnotlal 
Day on a sectiiHi of ' 
at the north^end,pf 
Ro ad in Croataii Bei 

Police identified hii 
Qarence G. Young;"" 

Investigators quotfl aiV 
eyewitness, identlfT^ as 
Herbert Ware, of John 
Jay Lane, with saying he 
was also fishing sc«^al 
feet from Young wh^ he 
felt a jolt. Turr^ng 
around, he saw Young 
lying on the rockl^and 
summoned polic^and 
rescue squadsmen. 



THM* DREAM HOUSE YOirRE LOOKING AT THISSPMIIG 
MieHTTURN INfO A NIGHTMARE NEXT WINTER. 



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You may be house- 
hunting on a warm spring 
day, but remember 
you'll be spending many 
a long, cold winter 
in the home you decide 
to buy. 

So before you fall 
for any house, make 
sure it has one of the 
clean,quiet, trouble- free, 
evenly warm electric 
heating systems. 

There are six basic 
kinds. Each with 1 1 wn 
great advantage^, ^ 

Electric baseboard 
heat, for example, has a 
thermostat in every 
room for individual iem^ 
perature control, and 
no moving parts at all 
to wear out and need 
repair. 

Then there's the 
electric hot air furnace. 
Small enough to hide 
away in a closet, with no 
flame, no fuel tank, no 
pipes, no flues, no 
nothing to give it away. 

There s electric hot 
water heat, which 
warms the whole house 
evenly by circulating 
hot water to trim base- 




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board radiators. The com- 
pact wall-hung boiler 
leaves you with more living 
space, too. 

There's electric ceil- 
ing cable, the completely 
invisible heating system 
that warms your home 
as the sun does, and 
offers room-by-room com- 
fort control besides. 

There's the electric 
heat pump, providing 
automatic year 'round 
comfort conditioning 
by warming in the 
winter and cooling in 
the summer. 

And of course there 
are electric unit heaters, 
wall-mounted to give 
quick warmth in special 
rooms and hard-to-heat 
areas of the home. 

Each is different. 

Each is worth 
holding out for. 

So (k)n't fall in 
love with a house until 
you've checked the 
Keating system. Once 
you know it's electric, 
you can warm up to it. 

Because it'll warm 
you up for a long, long 
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Page 6 -The Sun— Thursday. May 31, 1973 



Whitehurst co-sponsors bill 

to aid gasoline dealers, consumers 





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WASHINGTON-Rep. 
G. William Whitehurst, 
R-Norfolk, has cospon- 
sored legislation to 
prevent major oil com- 
panies from shutting off 
petroleum supplies to 
independent gasoline 
dealers. 

His bill follows an 
Office of Emergency 
Preparedness disclosure 
that 563 gasoline stations 
in the nation have been 
closed by the fuel shor- 
tage. Another 1,376 are 



threatened with cl(»ure, 
OEP said. 

Whitehurst a^ed his 
name to the l^, an aide 
said, after receiving 
complaints against major 
oil companies from 
Tidewater independent 
gasoline dealers and 
consumers. 

Whitdhurst's bill makes 
mandatOTy a voluntary 
program, recently 
initiated by President 
Nixon, that is desigi^ to 
give independent dealers 



the same share of major 
oil company supplies they 
receive! in late 1971 and 
mtKt of 1972. 

"A voluntary system of 
allocation will do nothing 
to solve the problem of 
the major oil companies 
forcing independent 
marketers out of business 
and subsequently raising 
prices to the American 
consumer," Whitehurst 
said. 

He said his bill assures 
independent dealers 
"ttiey will not be com- 



pletely cut off from 
suppliosi, ami guarantees 
they will not be forcwl to 
pay a higher rate." 

Under Whitehurst's 
bill, any r^ictions in 
petroleum supplies to 
independent dealers must 
be matched by equal 
percentage reductions to 
a major oil cwnpany's 
own service outlets. 

The mandatory 
guidelines would apply to 
diesel fuel, home heating 
oil, kerosene and 
gasoline. 



Police personnel changes announced 



Several personnel 
changes within the 

Virginia Beach Police 
Department have been 
announced by Col. W. W. 
Davis, chief of police. 
Ther personnel chaises 
are effective June 1. 



Lt. R. L. Robbins. 
communications officer, 



has been transferred to 
the Traffic Bureau as 
second-in-command. He 
has been a member of the 
department since 1965. 

Lt. J. J. Waterfield. 
shift command, Second 
Precinct, has been 
transferred to the Central 

Services Bureau as 
commanding officer of 



the Communications 
Section. He has been with 
the department since 
1951. 

Sgt. K. A. Belangia, 
shift supervisor, Traffic 
Bureau, who has been 
with the department 
since 1965, has been 
moved to the Second 
Precinct as shift 
supervisor. 

Sgt. E. Adams, a. 



member of the depart- 
ment since 1964, has been 
promoted to lieutenant. 
He will serve as shift 
commander in the Second 
Precinct. 

W. H. Clark, assistant 
superintendent, Animal 
Control Bureau, has been 
promoted to superin- 
tendent. He has been with 
the department since 
1968. 



Beach unite win top parudc awards 



Virginia Beach units 
took three awards in the 
recent Armed Forces 
Day, Parade and a 
Keliam- High School 
student, Christine 
Puckett, was named Miss 
Armed Forces. 

The top award in 
civilian float competitioa 



went to Troop 311, Bay 
Shores-Thoroughgood 
Girl Scouts. Kempsville 
High w(Mi second place. 

Kellam High's 
NJROTC unit won fh^t 
place in civilian mar- 
ching unitB, fcrilowed by 
the Baysiide High 
NJROTC. 

In civilian band 



Camporee awards 



Wildeniess camping 
was' the theme of the 
spring Scout Camporee 
held recently at Camp 
Pendleton. Scouts par- 
ticipatii^ in the Cam- 
poree worked for 12 
different awards. Awards 
presentations were: 

Camp Masters Trophy 
to Troop 432; Top Troop, 
Troop 476; Runner-Up 
Troop, Troop 362; Top 
Patrol, Apache Patrol 



417; Runner-up Patrol, 
Bear 372; Scout Spirit 
Troop, Tnwp 407; Scout 
Spirit Pahrol, Eagle 437; 
Back Packing Troop, 
Troop 412; Com- 
missioners Top Patrol, 
Iriquois 435; Com- 
missioners Top Troop, 
Troop 436; Rocking Chair 
Award, Troop 428; Order 
of the Arrow special 
award, Troop 490 for best 
homemade patrol 
flag.- 



Pack 434 award winners 



Cub Scout Pack 434 met 
recently and made the 
following award 
presentations: 

^felf Badge — Dan 
Coi'riish and Derek 
Gould; gold and silver 
arrow points under Wolf 
— Dan Cornish and Derek 
Gould. 

Bear badge — Dean 
Cornish, Robert Coble, 
Mike Peters; gold arrow 
under Bear — Dean 
Cornish and Mike Peters ; 
Silver arrow, Mike 
Peters. 

Robert Coble and Mike 
Peters advanced into 
Webelos. 

Various Webelos ac- 
tivi^*%adges >^ere also 
awarded. **" 

Billy Portt and Chris 
Watson received the 



Arrow of Light in a 
special ceremony and 
Chris Watson also 
graduated into Boy 
Scouts. 

One-year perfect at- 
tendance pins went to 
Eric Rasmussen, Ber- 
nard Bersano, Dean 
Cornish, Samuel Rivera- 
Diaz Jr. and Anthony 
Burr. Robert Coble 
received a two-year pin. 

Two-year service stars 
were presented to Robert 
Coble, Kevin Chapman, 
Dou^as Hollingsworth, 
Anthony Burr and 
Juanita Johnson. 

Denner cords went to 
Bernard Bersano and 
Brian Erbaugh and 
assistant denner cords to 
David Ware and Ricky- 
Duncan. 



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throw die 
Bouquet 

Be niie the flowen are 
chown with the Mine 
care as Uie gown you 
mrear. Let Colony 
Beach Florid 
work with ycMi 
on the float 
amni^aiirats 
tomakeymir #^ 
wedili^a 
truly UD- 
(oi^tabte 
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competition. Princess 
Anne High won first, with 
Bayside High second. 

In the military mar- 
ching units, the Marine 
Detachment, 
Headquarters, Com- 
mander in Chief, U.S. 
Atlantic Fleet was first 



with the Marine Detach- 
ment, USS Saratoga, 
second. 

Other winners included 
the McLean Highllmders 
drill team, special 
recognition, and first 
place, military floata, the 
Norfolk Naval Shipyard. 

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Pack 481 awards given 



Cub Scout Pack 481 of 
Kings Grant Baptist 
Church is plaimix^ an 
extensive summer 
program of cookouts, 
swimming, trips and 
faurs and has extended an 
invitation to area boys to 
join the troop. 

At the recent pack 
meeting, the following 
awards were presented : 

Den 1 — Timmy 
Adams, Bobcat; Rex 
Hatter, Bear; Ricky 
Cook, Wolf! 

Den 4 — Bill Robbins, 
Bear gold arrow; Scott 
Evans, wolf silver arrow. 



Webeloe Den 1 — Scott 
A<flEins, attdete; Michael 
O'Daniels, engineer and 
athlete. 

Webelos Den 2 — 
Richard Eraser, 
traveler; Mike EUett, 
athlete and citizen; 
Jimmy Lyons, artist; 
Jeff Snyder, citizen, 
engineer and scholar. 

Parents of boys in- 
terested in joining the 
pack (for boys 8 to 10) are 
asked to call Les Rob^ 
bins, institutional 
representative, at 340- 
1919. 



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NOTICE OF PUBLIC 
HEARING 



The Virginia Beach 
Planning Commission wilt 
hold a Public Hearing on 
Tuesday, June 12, 1973. at 
1:00 P.M. in the Council 
Chambers of the 

Auministration Building, 
Princess Anne Courthouse, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
The following applications 
will appear on the agenda: 



TRAILER VARIANCE: 

1. Trailer Variance for 
Leslie A. Peterson South 
side of Old Carolina Lane 
beginning at a point 665 feet 
more of less West of Bla- 
ckwater Road. Said parcel 
contains 4.02 acres. (Vari- 
ance from 2500 feet to 
400 feet more or less to tf»e 
nearest dwelling). BLACK- 
WATER BOROUGH. 

2. Trailer Variance for 
John Early Lawrence: 
North side of Back Bay 
Landing Road 2100 feet> 



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more or lesa East of 
Prlncest Arm* Road; said 
oarcel contains 1.0 acr*. 
(Variance from 2500 faat to 
. 50 feet to ttte n a awa t 
dwelling). PUNGO 
BOROUGH. 

3. Trailer Varlann~flf 
Willinm H. Jones, Jr. on 
certain property locatad 
1505.06 feet South of Old 
CanMlna Road and ruraiino 
distance of 301 .90 faet along 
Itte West sifie of Bladt- 
water Road. Said parcel 
contains 9 acres. (Variance 
from 2500 feet to 1000 feet to 
tiie nearest dwelling). 
BLACKWATER* BORO- 
UGH. 

DEFERRED FOR 60 
DAYS BY PLANNING 
COMMISSION ON APRIL 
10, 1973: 

1. Application of Laitos 
Assoc., by Larasan Realty 
Corp. for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Multiple 
Family Resident District 
(R-M) to Limited Com- 
mercial District 1 (CL 1) 
on certain property located 
on tt«e East side of Holland 
Road beginning af a point 
2350 feet more or less Nortli 
of South Lynnhaven Road, 
running a distqiice of 1350 
feet more or less along the 
Western property line of 
which 900 feet more or less 
Is the East side of Holland 
Road, running a distance of 
610 feet along the Norttiem 
property line, running a 
distance of 1365 feet along 
the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 
745 feet more or less along 
the Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 17 
acres more or less. 
PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. ^ -^— —^ 

2. Application of Alex 0. 
Kotarldes and Pete 0. 
Kotarldes by H. Cahrin 
Spain, Attorney, for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Residence SuburiMn 
District 2 (RS 2) to 
Limited Commercial 
District 3 (C-L 3) on certain 
property located' on the 
South side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard between 
Mayo Road and Fair 
Meadows Road, running a 
distance of 225.13 feet along 
the South side of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, run- 
ning a distance of 120 
feet along the West side of 
Fair Meadows Road, 
running a distance of 225.13 
feet along the Southern 
property tine and running a 
distance of 120 feet along 
the East side of AAayo 
Road. Said parcel is Itnown 
as Lots 137, 138, and 139, 
Subdivision of Fair 
Meadows and contains 
27,000 square feet more or 
less. (Fair Meadows 
Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 
, 3. Application of Fred P. 
Fletcher by Grover C. 
Wright, Attorney, for a 
USE PERMIT to consh-uct 
12 apartment units on 
certain property located on 
the Northwest corner of 
Baltic Avenue and 24th 
Street, running a distance 
of 100 feet along the West 
side of Baltic Avenue, 
running a distance of 130 
feet along the North side of 
24th Street, running a 
distance of 100 feet along 
the Western property line, 
running a distance of 130 
feet along ttte Northern 
property Ihw. Said parcel 
is iuwwn m Lots 1, 2, 3, 
Blocl( 125 and 10-toet ad- 
iacent lane, Virginia Beach 
Development Co., Map No. 
6 and contains 13,000 
square feet. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

4. Application of E. 
Carlhxi Wilton, Inc., by 
Grover C. Wright, Jr., 
Attorney, for a 
CHANGING OF ZONING 
from One Family 
Residence District (R-1) to 
AAotel-Hotel District (M-H) 
and a USE PERMIT to 
construct 75 (con- 
dominium) apartment 
units on certain property 
located on the Northwest 
comer of Hiilt^n Road and 
Pacific Avenue, running a 
distance of 412.41 feet along 
the West side of Pacific 
Avenue, running a distance 
of 411.93 feet along the 
North side of Hyitpp Road, 
running a distancl*BMtt.66 
feet along the Western 
property tine and running a 
distance of 173.1 1 feet along 
the Northern property line. 
Said parcel contains 70J16 
square feet. (Princess 
Anne Country Club Area). 
VIRGINIA BEACH 
TROUGH. 

5. Ai9tication of James 
M. Moore et at for the 
discontinuance, closure 
end abandonment of a 
portion of list Street 
beginning at a point 500 feet 
West of Atlantic Avanua 
extending in a WtoMwrly 
direction a dIsMice of 100 
feet. Said street Is 10 fe^ in 
width. (Seashore State 
Park Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

6. Application of Virginia 
Beech Investment Com- 
pany by Thomas C. 
Broyles, Attwnay, for a 
CHANGING OF ZONING 
from Multiple Family 
ResMnce District (R-M) 
to oaneral Commercial 
District 2 (C-G 3) on car- 
tain property locatad on tha 
west aide of Colta^ Ptrtt 
Boulevard across from 
Auburn Drive, baglmiino at 
a point 13M teat Seutti of 
ProvManca Road runnh« a 
distwica of <aMi faat along 
ttie waat Ma of CMIaga 
Park Boulevard, ninMns • 
distance of m}M faat 
nong the NcrtlMrn 
property ikw, rvmtn$ • 
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running a distance of 
1349.27 feet along the 
Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 12.54 
acres. (Dorcheater Village 
Avea). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

7. Application of Charlie 
^. Gray, Jr., for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Agricultural INstrict 
(A-R) 10 Limited ttm- 
merclal Dishrict 2 (CL 2) 
on certain property 
beginning at a print 1990 
feet more or Ian South of 
North Muddy Creek Road, 
running a distance of 200 
feet along the West side of 
Princess Anne Road, 
running a distance of 105 
feet along the Southern 
property iinO, running a 
distance of 115 faet along 
ttw Southern property line, 
running a distaiKe of 200 
feet along the Western 
property line and running a 
dlst yiCT^ of 11 5 feet a long 
tiM Northern property line. 
Saw parcel contains 0.85 
acre more or less. PUNGO 
BOROUGH. 

I. Application of Thalia 
Lynn Baptist Chwch for a 
USE PERMIT to operate a 
child care center rand 
Kindergarten on certain 
property located at the 
Northeast corner of 
Virginia Beach Boulevard 
and Cox Drive (Eighth 
Street), running a distance 
of 550 feet along the 
Southern property line of 
which 425 feet is the North 
side of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a 
distance of 486.11 feet along 
the East side of Cox Drive 
(Eighth Sh'eet), running a 
distance of 550 feet along 
the Northern property line 
ffid running a distance of 

'Ti3.«7 feet aTdhfl the 
Eastern property line. Said 
parcel contains 5.92 acres 
more or less. (Princess 
Anne High School Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

9. Application Of William 
A. Brown for a USE 
PERMIT to conshiict 368 
apartment units on certain 
property located on the 
West side of South Bird- 
meek Road acroas from 
Owls Creek Road, running 
a distance of 615.12 feet 
along the West iide of 
South Birdneck Road, 
running a distance of 
2306.63 faet along the 
Northern property tine, 
running a distance of 1761 
IMI nwreor leaa along the 
Wattom property line and 
running a distance of 
1179.60 feet along the 
Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 30.681 
acres. (Seatack Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

10. Application of Comett 
Engineering, Inc., by John 
D. Ranery for a CHANGE 
OF ZOINING from Limited 
Commercial Dtotrlct (CL 
2) to Multiple Family 
Residence Dishrict (R-M) 
and a USE PERMIT to 
construct 30 townhouses on 
certain property beginning 
at a point 212 feet nwre or 
less North of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard and 
runnirtg a distance of 452 
feet nwre or teas atong the 
East side of Hutton Lane, 
running a distance of 189.62 
feet along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of 383.93 feet along 
the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 249.61 
feet along the Southern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 2.318 acres. 
(Oconee Park Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

II. Application of 
William R. and Ida K. 
Grossberg for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Surburban 
District 4 (R-S 4) to 
AAultlple Family ResWence 
District (R-M) on certain 
property located at the 
Northern extremity of 
Davis Street, running a 
distance of 778 feet more or 
less along ttte Soutttem 
property line (Mllburn 
Manor), running a distance 
of 809.54 feet along the 
Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 205 
feet akxtg the Northern 
property line ahd running a 
distance of 1160 feet more 
or less along ttte Western 
property line. Sak< parcel 
coi^alns 11.231 acres. 
(Mllburn Manor Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

12. Application of 
Smuggler's Cove, Inc., for 
a USE PERMIT for live 
entertainment 6n certain 
property located in tlte 
Pembroke Meadows 
SItopping Cantw sihiated 
on the East side of 
Independence Boulevard 
and North of Pembroke 
Boulevard. SaM parcel Is 
known as 4520 Pembroke 
AAaadows Shopping Center. 
Plats with more detailed 
ir^irmatlon are avallaMe 
m Ihe D^artmant ct City 
Planning. BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

13. Application of P !• J 
Corporation T-A isle of 
Capri Raatauramt by John 
N. Pailtar, Attorney, for a 
USE PERMIT to opeivte a 
facility for dMKing OTHlve 
entartakiment on certain 
propwly beginning at a 
point 180 faet ntore or len 
MMtef Mcmc Avenue and 
rvnnMB a dtotance of no 
taat along the South Hda or 
Laskin Road. SaM piP^ to 
known as LAls IS and 16 and 
a portion of Let 14, tledt 
100. Map of LInWwm Park 
and alae known aa 3U415 
LMUn Road. VIRGINIA 
%tMM BOMUOH. 

M. AppHcatton of the 
Loiw Branch RaaiOMWit 
fare Ut e PERMiTfor iNa 
antartalnmant on certain 
Bfoparty locatad on ttia 
Mai^NiaM corner o( Shore 
Dvftia WMi Kloan Ureet, 
rvnAig a MrtMwa of ta 
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the west sMe of Kleen 
Street, running a distance 
Of 10 feel along the Nor- 
thern property line of 
which 57 JO feet Is the Sooth 
side of Page Avenue, 
running a dlstawa of 210.17 
Met along the West side of 
Kleen Street, running a 
distance of 155 faet along 
the Northern property line 
of which 57 JO feet IS the 
South sMe of Page Avenue, 
running a distance of 280 
feet along the Western 
property tine. Said parcel 
is known as Lots ll, 20, 21 
and 22, Block 6, Plat of 
Lynnhaven Shores 
(Lynnhaven Shores Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

15. Application of 
William T.Culp^Jparet els 
by William R. Wahab, 
Attorney, for the discon- 
tinuance, closure and 
abandonnient of a portion 
of Holly Boulevard ex- 
tending between 52nd 
Sh'eet and 53rd Sh-eet; said 
shteet is 60 feet in width end 
extending 285.72 feet along 
the Eastern boundary line 
and 300.9 feet along the 
Western boundary line, as 
shown on the Plat of 
Ubermeer, June 1926 
(North Virginia Beech 
Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

16. AppHcatton of the 
Lakes, incorporated for a 
USE PERMIT to consfruct 
171 mutti family (con- 
dominium) units on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 2695 feet more or less 
West of South Lynnhaven 
Road and 610 feet more or 
less North of Holland Road, 
Running a distance of 1195 
feet more or leu along the 
Southern profierty line (a 
portion of which is the 
Nwth boundarr line of 
Holland Elementary 
School), running a distance 
of 925 feet more or less 
along the Eastern property 
line, running a distance of 
638 faet along the Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 1124 feet along 
the Western property tine. 
Said parcel contains 17.1 
acres. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH 

17. Application of Nor- 
man L. Biggs for a USE 
PERMIT to operate a 
temporary parking tot on 
certain profMrty located on 
the East side of Pacific 
Avenue, running e distance 
of 279.90 feet boNveen 14th 
Street and 15th Street, 
running a distance of ISO 
feet along the ftorth side of 
14th Street, running a 
distance of 279.90 feet along 
the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 
150 feet alo:ig the South 
side of ISth Shreet. Said 
parcel contains 0.97 acre 
more or less. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

IS. ApplicatkNi of John 
W. Harris for a USE 
PERMIT to construct a 
connumications tower and 
accessory housing for 
electronic equipment on 
certain prof)erty beginning 
at a point 625 feet more or 
less West of Centervilte 
Turnpike and 1449.8 feet 
West of Kempsvltle Road, 
running a distance of 373.5 
feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 1 184.8 feet along 
the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 550.3 
feet along the Western 
profwrty tine and running a 
distancee of 1180.23 feet 
along the Southern 
property tine. Said parcel 
contains 12 acres and is 
known as Tract A-1 Plat of 
Part of Tract "A", Division 
of W. E. Woods Property by 
Baldwin and (Sregg dated 
May 4, 1973. (Woods Corner 
Area). KEMPSViLLE 
BOROUGH. 

19. AppHcatton of Con- 
stance G. Gadrow by Owen 
B. Pickett, Attorney, for a 
CHANGE OF ZONiNG 
from Resklence Suburban 
District 3 (R-S 3) to 
Limited Commercial 
Dish-let 3 (C L 3) on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 210.78 feet North of 
Smith Farm Rooad and 
ruming a distance of 123.08 
feet along the West sMe of 
independent Boulevard, 
Running a distance of 
2)^.27 feet along the 
Northern property line, 
running a distance of 75.91 
feet atong ttie Western 
property line and running a 
distance of 184 J1 feet along 
ttte Soutttern property line. 
Said parcel is known as Lot 
12, Btock O, Lake Shores 
Sectton 5. Part 4. (Lake 
Shores Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

20. Application of 
Goodman-Segar-Hogan 
Residential Sales Cor- 
poratton for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from ResWence 
Suburban District 4 (R-S 4) 
to Limited Commerclet 
Dis«rlct 3 (CL 3) on ceHain 
property tocatad south of 
Itte Intersection of Bonney 
Road and WItchduck Road, 
running a distant of 303 
taet more or len East of 
Brady Court (Smith Lane), 
running a distwtce of 100 
taet along the South side of 
Bonney Road, rufmhtg a 
distance ai 344.7 feet along 
ttte EMtem pn^erty line, 
nmnlng a dIstwtM of 100 
feet along ttte Soutttern 
property line and running a 
distance of 3g.ffaig along 
the Weatarn property line. 
Said parcel contains 0.77 
acre. (Ken^avllto ArM). 
KKEMPSVILLE BOR- 
OUGH. 

21. A^iatton of Ash- 
mac Company for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING' 
from One-Family 
ReMann DisMct (R-l) ta 
Mult^ family RaaMan^ 
MMct (R-3) and a USE 
PERMIT to construct 
38 t»wnhBuaw on eartabi 
pr^erty tb^taiM^ at a 
pMnf 4nJS ta# \tN9t ef 
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PacHk Avanue and run- 
ning a dtttanca of 400.07 
feet atong the North side 9f 
Hilltop Road. 

Parcel 1: Use Permit to 
construct 38 townhousaa: 
Beginning at a point 411.93 
feet West of Pacific Avenue 
and nmning a distance of 
400.07 feet etong the North 
side of Hllltap Road, 
running a distance of 370 
feet more or leas along the 
Western property Wna^^ 
running a distance of 611 
feet along ttte Nortttem 
property line and running a 
distance of 271 taet atong 
the Eastern property Una. 
Said parcel contains 2.61 
acres. 

Parcel 2: Change of 
zohing from R-1 to R-3: 
Beginning at a point 612.91 
feet West of Pacific 
Avenue, running a distance 
of 199.02 feet atong the 
North side of Hilltop Road, 
running a distance of 256 
feet along the Western 
property line, running a 
distance of 186 feet along 
ttie Northern property line 
and running a distant of 
134.01 feet along the 
Eastern property line. SpW 
parcel contains 0J7 acre: 
(Princess Anne Country 
Club Area). VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

22. Application of Her- 
bert L. Zook T-A Nattonal 
Day Care Centers, Inc., for 
a USE PERMIT ta operata 
a child day care center on 
certain property beginning 
at a point 1550 feet more or 
less West of Rosemont 
Road, running a distance of 
139.13 feet elong the North* 
side of Holland Road,' 
running a distance of 245.53 
feet along the Western ' 
property ling, running a 

, distaneeof I39.l3feetaleng 
ttte Northern property Una 
and running a distance of 
261.07 feet along th*" 
Eastern property line. Said 
parcel contains 0.8 acra^ 
more or less. (Windsor 
Oaks West Araa). kemp- 

SVILLE BOROUGH. 

23. Application of L. 
Charles Burlage for 
changes of zoning from 
Residence Suburban 
District 2 (R-S 2) to 
Residence Suburban 
District 4 (R-S 4) and 
Limited Commercial 
Dish-ict 2 (CL 2) on certain 
property located West of 
Seaboard Road and South 
of Leeroy Drive. 

Parcel 1: CHANGE OF 
ZONING from R-S 2 to C-U, 
2: Beginning at a polrvl 
1650.43 feet West 9f 
Seaboard Road and run-, 
ntng a distance of 200 feat 
along the South side of 
Leeroy Drive, running a 
distance of 970 feet along 
the Western property line, 
running a distance of 370 
feet along the Southern 
property line and running a 
distance of 955.06 feet along 
the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel contains 6.3 
acres. 

Parcel 2: CHANGE OF 
ZONING from R-S to R-S 4: 
Beginning at a point 1150 
feet .West of Seaboard 
Itoaf and*9S5:06leet South 
of Lleroy Drive, bounded 
by property now or for- 
merly City of Virginia 
Beach, Va., Bratten, CItV 
of Norfolk, Va., Brown, 
Haettey, Litchfield, R. B. 
Dixon and James E. 8i 
Pattie D. BrickhOuse 
Property. Said parcel 
contains 126.3 acres. Plats 
with more detailed in- 
formation are available In 
the DefMrtment of City 
Planning. (Seaboarcl 
Area). PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. ; ■ 

24. AppHcatton of Brown-, , 
Arris-Langhom, Inc., bV; 
Grover C. Wright. Jr., tar a 
discontinuance, closure 
ana aoanoonment of an. 
unnamed 15-foot lane, 
located on the South side of . 
Laskin Road beginning at.a 
point 70S feet more or less 
West of Cardinal Road and 
extending in a Southerly 
direction a distance of 
183.76 feet as recorded in 
Map Book 16, ftage 63. 
(Birdneck Acres Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 



25. Application Of ttte City 

of Virginia Beach to amefid' ' ~ 
and reordain ttte RtstailV- 
Business (B-1) District,' ' 
Section III, Paragraph G', 
of the Master Zoning 
Ordinance of ttte City ot ' , 
Virginia Beach (Baacti 
Borough) to read as 
tollows: "Use Regulatlpns; 
The words "Lodging, - 
House" are hereby . . , 
stricken from the list of. 
permitted uses in the B-V 
Distrtct". VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH, 

26. AppHcatton of Albic, 
Inc., for a USE PERMIT" 
for construction of parking ' - 
garage on nrtain property - '' 
beginning at a point SO feet 
WeM of Pacific Avenua, 
running a distance of 50 
feet atong ttte Norttt sMe d 
35th Street, running a 
distance of 140 faet atong, . 
ttte Westam imperty IkieV-. 
running a distanca of SOI :., 
feet along ttte norttiem . ■ 
property ling and running a 
dlsta ncai ef MO taet atong 

ttte Eastern property Una. ,- 
Said parcel is known as Let .. " 
2, Block 83, Map of 
Linkhom Park, Preparfy of 
Virginia Bea ch Oayal op- 
ntant Co. as recorded In ■ 
AAap Book 5, Page Ifl. Uia' 
PwTinlt prevleiwIytoaoadlfr % ., 
ancontpMa Lota 3, A and S 
to be uted In connactlon 
wUh ttte Sitwvtan Beech 
iiwiei unoer oonairucnon 
on AtlMitta AVMwa bet^ 
WW1 j^n sno «sifi sirvv^ 
VIRGINIA BIACM , . 
BOROUGH. 

27. AppllcatiM of 
vmitom Wood Aiaoctatai 
for e USE PtRMIT to 
c oytruc t a wyey 

pwnplng station e^-oartaliu , 
eroeailv bartn^an ^ a ■ "^ 

pMtt 2170 feet mare or taaa \^ 



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lerth ^of Cwitcrvilit 
un^lM and a^U ftat 
^« or Ins Ekat of 
,9^iav/\»9 RMd and 
K^ on ftw North sMt of 
>ropMltd Staufoln 
louiovard in Owlniown 
action II. Said parcol It «0 
wt by 100 faot. (Country 
lavon Aroa). KEMP- 
VILLi BOROUGH. 

541,«-72t 



WOTICE 

'Irglnia: 

The roflular nMotlng of 
ht council of ttw city of 
firginMlBaach will bo hold 
1 ttM council Chambort of 
ht Admlnittration 
luiidlhg, City Hall, 
•rinceu Anno Station, 
rirgmia Baadi, Virginia, 
n Monday, Juno II. 1V73, 
it aiOOf'.M. at wtild) tima 
ht folMNvIng appllcatlora 
iflil be Hoard: 

.YNNNAVKN BOROUOH 

1. Application Of William 
r. and Vivian C. Maion, 
yilllam.and Jean Hoffier, 
lohn W.'and Bemice King, 
ind Cromwell C. and 
(attire R. Douglas for a 
:HANGE OF ZONING 
rom Residence Duplex 
3lstric) 2 (RD 3) to 
Multiple Family Residence 
jlstrlct. (R-M) and a USE 
>ERMIT to construct 13S 
ipartmbnt units on certain 
)roperty located on ttM 
^ortt) lide of Shore Drive 
ixtending between Calvert 
Street and Kendall Street, 
■unning a distance of 250 
feet along ttie North side of 
Shore Drive, running a 
jistanee of 389 feet along 
the West side of Kendall 
Street, running a distance 
If 254 feet along the Nor- 
thern property line and 
ruwiing. a dis tance of 422 
Feet along the East side of 
Calvert Street. Said parcel 
Is known as Lots 1 through 
U, Block 5, Section G, Plat 
of Cape Henry and contains 
2.3 acres. (Cape Henry 
Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROCK>H. 

2. Application of Herbert 
L.Zookfora USE PERMIT 
to construct a child day 
care center on certain 
profierty beginning at a 
point US feat West of Great 
Neck «oad. running a 
distanca of 1M feet along 
ihe South side of Poplar 
Point Read, running a 
listanca of 275 feet along 
De Western property line, 
'unning a distance of 1M 
feet along the Southern 
srofierty line and running a 
listanca of 375 feet along 
the Eaifern property line. 
Said parcel contains 1.0 
icre mbre or less. (Great 
Neck Estates Area, Section 
One). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

3. Application of G. 
Norman Cobb, J. D. 
Williams, Mavis C. Cobb by 
StMtley A. Phillips, 
AflJrney, for a ihange of 
ZONING form ResMmce 
Suburban Diatrict 3 (R-S 3) 
TO Multiple Family 
Residence District (RM) 
on cartain property 
beginning at a point 930 feet 
more or less North of 
Iniynnylew Road and 1785 
feet more or leu East of 
Great Neck Road, and 1200 
feet more or less West of 
First Colonial Road, 
running a distance of 1829 
feet more or less along the 
Southet-n property line, 
runnlngf a distance of 410 
feet more or lAs along the 
Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 1717 
feet along the Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 425 feet along 
the Western property line. 
Said parcel contains 14.9 
acres more or less. 
(Princess Anne AAemorial 
Park Cemetery Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUOH. 
VIRGINAI BEACH 
BOROUOH 

4. Application of flusty's 
Rental's, Inc., for a USE 
PERMIT to operate 
bicycle rentals on certain 
property located at the 
Southeast corner of 
Atlantic Avenue and Third 
Street on property known 
as 'the Schooner AAotor 
AAotel. Said area is shown 
as 9 feet by 20 feet. 
VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

5. Application of Rusty's 
Rentol's, Inc., for a USE 
PERMIT to operate a 
bicycle .rental on certain 
proisert^fcjocated at the 
Southwtw comer of Fourth 
Street and Rudee 
Boulevard, on property 
known'as the inlet House. 
Said parcel is K) feet by 20 
feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

6. Applicstion of Sea Bay 
Developn>ent Corp., by R. 
G. Better for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from One 
Family Residence District 
(R-1) to Retail BuslnaiS 
District (B-1) and a USE 
PERMIT to operate a 
parkiqg lot on certain 
IMvparty located on thaWast 
sMaof Pacific Avenue 
extamipg between Norfolk 
Avenu* and 11th street, 
running a distance of 135 
feet n4re or less along the 
North side of Norfolk 
Avenue, running a dtotance 
of «ao feat more or lass 
alotig the Watt side of 
Pacific Avenue, runnhig a 
dlitanM of 10 feat along fha 
South aide of llth Street, 
runnkig • distanca of «00 
feat mar* or Ma along the 
Waalam property line of 
wMdifOfaatmoraor lasa 
is tha.CMt skla of Lake 
Drive. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUOH. 

^. Applloitien of P li J 
diperatloti TA isle of 
Capri Raataurant by Mtm 
N. PartMf, Atteniay, tar a 
USE PiMMiT la eparata a 
la«mtyfordanctoiand Ihw 
ew tati al i M iiai il an cartatoi 
piM|)atiy Baywniwg Of ■ 
pwit IBB Mat mofa a» taw 
WMtof PatiNc ^^aiNa wd 
runiMKi a MMMa af MB 
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and atao known as 313415 
Laskin Road. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

BAYSIDI BOIIOU9II 

8. Applicatian of W. W. 
OlWer, jr., for a CHANGE 
OP ZONING from Rural 
RosMenca DistrM 1 (R-R 
1) to Limltad ommorciai 
District (c-L 2) on canam 
property located on Qie 
East side of Independanc a 
Boulevard and across from 
Paul Ravara Road, 
oaglnning at a point 9B0 teat 
more or lasa Souttt of Bwall 
Road, nmnbip a distanca of 
1M3 feet more or less along 
the East sMa of Indepen- 
dence Boulevard, running 
a distanca of 1135 feet more 
or less along the Northern 
property line, rvmiing a 
distance of 1178 feet more 
or lata along ttw Eastern 
property line and running a 
diatann of 348 feat mora or 
leas along the Southam 
property line. SaM parcel 
contains 19J9 aow more 
or less. Including proposed 
Wakefield Drive. (Lake 
Smith Terraca-Thoreug- 
hgood Estates - Reedtown 
Areas). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

9. Application of C li W 
Development Co. for a USE 
PERMIT to erect a 4-foot 
by 8-foot signboard on 
certain property beginning 
at a point 146 faat more or 
less North of the entrance 
to Thoroughgood and 
located on the East side of 
Pleasure House Road. 
(Thoroughgood Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

10. Application of D. B. 
Hill for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Residence 
Duplex Dish'lctl (R-D 2) to 
Limited Commercial 
Dish-let 3 (C'L 3) on certain 
p r o p e rt y Hoeatad at the 
intersection of East 
Stratford Street and 
Pendleton Avenue, 
beginning at a point 1VI.3« 
feet South of Shore Drive, 
running a distance of 128.11 
feet along the North side of 
East Stratford Street, 
running a distance of 114.U 
feet along the North side of 
Pendleton Avenue, running 
a distanca of 52.27 feet 
along the Eastern property 
line and running a distanca 
of 170.32 feet along the 
Northern property line. 
Said parcel is known as 
Lots8and9, Block 27, Plat 
of Sictlon "A" of Ocean 
Park Corporation. (Ocean 
Park Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

11. Application of Young 
World of Virginia, inc., for 
a USEPERMIT to operate 
a day nursery and kin- 
dergarten on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 500 fact more or leu 
South of Haygood Road, 
running a distance of 170 
feet along the East side of 
Ferry Plantation Road, 
running a distance of 257 
feet along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of 170 feet along 
the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 
257 feel along ttte SouttMm 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 1.0 acre more or 
less. (Haygood Shopping 
Center Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

12. Application Of 
Robert H. Potter by Roger 
S. Fraley, Attorney, for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Residence Duplex 
District 1 (R-D 1) to 
Multiply Family Residence 
Dish-let (R-M) and a USE 
PERMIT to conshTJct 32 
apartment units on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 300 feet South of 
North Greenweil Road, 
running a distance of 100 
feet along the East skie of 
Pleasure House Road, 
running a distance of 380 
feet along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of 100 feet along 
ttie Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 
380 feet along the Southern 
contains 0.173 acre more or 
less. .(Bradford Terrace 
Arad). BAYSIDE 
60R0UGH. 

13. Application of 
Smuggler's Cove, Inc., for 
a USE PERMIT for live 
entertainment on certain 
property located in the 
Pembroke Meadows 
Shopfring Center situatad 
on the East side of 
Independence Boulevard 
and North of Pantbroke 
Boulevard. Said parcel Is 
known at- 4520 Pembroke 
Meadows Shopping Center. 
Piatt with ntore detailed 
Information are avallabia 
in ttw Department of City 
Planning. BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANN! 
BOROUOH 

14. Application of Moose 
Lodge No. 1«M, Loyal 
Order of Mooaa, Inc. for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Residence Duplex 
District 2 (R-D 2) to 
Limited Commercial 
District 3 (C-L 3) on certain 
property beginning at a 
point SQO faat mere or lest 
West of South Bh^wck 
Road, and 180 teat more or 
leat Soutti of Bells Rood, 
running a ditfanca of 418 J4 
feet atong the Northern 
property line, running a 
dlsMm of 415 teet^ a Ung 
ttia Eastern property Ikfie, 
running a dtotwwa of 418.84 
faat along tha Sculham 
property Ihw and nmnMg a 
dislMM of 41S faat more ar 
laaa ateng Iha w a e ta m 
property Ihia. laid parcM 
MntaMs 44 acraa mere or 
lasa. (Omww N««i Air 
Station Araa). PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUOH. 

Richard J. Wa bb en 
City Clark 



agabist 

Robert M. Smith, Defen- 
dant. 

OROIROP 
, PUBLICATION 

Tha oNact of this suit to 
ta obtain a decree of 
aeperate maintafianca 
^om tha said dafenoafil, 
upen the grounds of 
adultery «td desertlen. 

And an affidavit having 
been RW^ and fitod that 
Hm tfffwidwit It not B 
resident of the State of 
Virglnto, the iMt known 
Dost Office addresa baino: 
c-0 Stewart Tran- 
sportation, Plney Point, 
Marytand. ^ 

It to ordered that he do 
a p p e a r here wihn tan (10) 
d ays a fter due publication 
tiereaf . and do wtiat maybe 
neceaaary to prelect hto 
Intaraat In thto suit. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

BY: Sandra Hargrove D. 
Clerk 

Bruce Murplty 
500 Beach Tower 
3330 Pacific Avenue 
Virglnta Beach, Virglnto 
S41,t-7,14.ai4T 

NOTICE 

Thto to to notify the puMlc 
that the undersigned, 
trading as Country Roads 
will wHtiln tan days after 
publication of thto notice 
apply to the Virglnta State 
Alcoholic Beverage Control 
Board for a llcensa to sell 
wine and beer for on and off 
premises consumption. 

country Reads Pwtgo, Inc. 
T^A Coun^ Roads 
Punge Station 
Princast Anne Rd. 
Virglnta Beach, Va. 23450 
Edgar D. Free, Owner 



Son«¥lJM ORttKir 
WITNESS 



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totownw LM Maud M and, 
•jtmk of L# 14 ttoek 
m Atop af LMdwn Park 



aWiof 
VkgMa, 
in tha CtarK^ OfMa ef Ma 
ClreM» OBMTt •» tha CflV* 
Vftvk* SaaA on thami 
«nf oTMsiN^ i«n. ■ _ 
Margu^lto L. Smith, 
Ptatohff, 



Commonwealth of 

Virginia. 

in tha Clark's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Baach, on tha 23rd 

day of AAay. 1973. 

Sally B. Haynet. Plaintiff, 

against 

Robert C. Haynes, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The obiect of thto suit to 
to obtain a divorce A 
AAenta Et There to be later 
merged into a divorce A 
Vincuto Mahrimonll from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
baen made and filed that 
due diligence has been used 
by or on behalf of the 
Complainant to ascertain 
in which county or cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect: the tast 
known pott address belrig: 
Norfolk Central YMCA. 
Norfolk, Virglnta. 

It to ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necestary to protect hto 
interest in this suit. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

BY: Sendra Hargrove, 
Dep. Clerk. 
George H. Heiilg, Jr. 
The Bank of Virginia Bklg. 
Nortelk, Virginia 
5-31, 6-7, 14, 21, 4T 

Commonwealth of 

Virginia, 

in the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of Virglnta 

Beach, on this 23rd day of 

AAay, 1973. 

Marlon Alleyn (>ullford, 

Ptalntiff, 

egalnst 

Walter B. Gullfard, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The obiect of thto suit if 
to obtain a divorce A 
AAensa Et There hwn the 
said Defendant, upon the 
grounds of Desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and fitad that 
the defendant to net a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
VF-41, EpO New York, 
N.Y. 

It to ordered that he do 
eppear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due puMicatton 
hereof , and do what nwy be 
neceuary to protect hto 
intaraat In thto auit. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
CLERK 

Linda Noel Hell Ctark 
Ronald P. HamnMTt 
13«* Laakin Road 
Virglnta Baach, Va. 

541,»-7,14,21 4T 

commonwealth of 

Vii^inta, 

in the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City of 

Virglnta Baach on the 23rd 

day of AAay, 1973. 

AAmy AMrMge Otinchar, 

Ptamtiff, 

against 

Michael J. Chlnchar, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The obiect of thto suit to 
to obtain a divorce a. vin- 
culo AAatrimenIi from the 
saM defendant, upon the 
grounds of tew years 
continuous ssMration. 

And an afftovit having 
been made and fitad that 
tha defendant to nrt a 
ra aid a nt ef tha State of 
Virata, tha laaf known 
peat affica addraaa being 
VP^WC 4i9m«. PATRON 

8 c-e Ptaat peat ofnca,-Naw 
York, Now York. 

It to iMarad that ha * 
wpaar hare wMiin M (ton) 
daya after due puMlMttan 
hereof, and deo Matma y be 
fiaoaaaary to protect hto 
interaat In thto auit. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
CLERK 

LMa Neal Hill Deputy 
Ctarfc. 

1388 UaMn Rand 
Vlr^nto Baadi, Virglnto 
M1.»7.M,I14T 

vmOINIA: IN THE 
0.«IIK'I OPPICf OP 

•nm cii^uiT oomiT op 

TtOl CITY » vmOINIA 



BEACH, ON THE 2and 
DAY OF AAay, 1973. 
IN CHANCERY 

In re: AdapNon of AAark 

Alien Offoy, Ltoa Darwell 

Coffey li Bart EMvard 

Coffay 

9y: James Prank LIndtfil 

li J ulia Kates LIndahl, 

ftetltionars 

To: Chestor Lerey Coffey 

407 Fairfax Avenue 

Norfolk. Virglnto 

ORDER 

Thto day came James 
Frank LIndahl and Julta 
Katea LIndahl, Petlttonert, 
and rapraaanlsd that the 
ab|ect of thto proceeding to 
to effect tha adoption of the 
abava named Infant(s), 
AAarlt Allan Coffey. Ltoa 
Darwell <»ffey li Bart 
Edvwrd Coffey, by James 
Frafik Llnd^l and Jutta 
Katet LIndahl, hutband 
and wite, end affidavit 
havtog bean made and fitad 
that Chetttr Lerey Coffey , 
a natural parent of toM 
chlld(ren). And that due 
dlligenM has baen used by 
or in behaN of Mta said 
petltlonert to ascertain In 
which county or cor- 
poration tha saM natural 
parent to, without effect the 
test known post office 
addraaa being: 407 Fairfax 
Avenue, Norfolk Virginia. 

It to therefore Ordered 
that the said Ch esty L erey 
Coffey appear before thto 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publicatton of thto 
Order end indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do wttat is 
necessary to protect his 
Interest in this matter. 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: Sandra Hargrove D.C. 

J.ewto K. tcasMT...^ — .„... 



Bankers Trust BMg. 
109 City Hall Avenue West 
Norfolk, WIrglnta 23510 
5-31, ».7, 14,21 4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office ef 
the Circuit Court ef the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
24th day of AAay, 1973. 
Robert William Elban, 
Ptalntiff, ^ 
agatnat 

TerrI Lynn Elban, 
Defendant. 

The obiect of thto suit is 
to obtain a divorce a Mensa 
Et There from the said 
defendant. Upon the 
grounds ef Desertton. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is net a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, tfie last known 
Post office addrau being 
P. O. Box 470, Jackson 
Avenue, Quitman Miss. 
29355. 

it to ordered that she do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necettary to protect tm 
interest in this suit. 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
CLERK 

Linda Noel Hill Deputy 
Clerk 

A. Andrew Ege 
1349 Laskin Road 
va. Beach, Virginia 

531,6-7,14,21 4T 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH 

The following abandoned 
vehicles were removed 
from the streeto of the City 
of Virginia Beach: 

1963, Maroon, Rambler, 4 
Door Sedan, identification 
Number G181470 

1961, Black and White, 
Chevrolet Van, Iden- 
tification Number 
1R125S11iy76 

1964, White, ChrysliK, 4 
Door, Identification 
Number 8143274993, 1972 
Virginia ALG-409 

1963 White, AAarcury, 2 
Door Hard Top, Iden- 
tification Number 
3K43F515730 

Blue, Reneuit, 4 Door 
Sedan, Stripped 

1964, Blue and White, 
Katoar Jeep, Van truck, 
Identification Number 
9422H0U 

1964; Blue and White, 
Rambler, 3 Door Hard Top, 
Identification Number 
014814, 1973 Virginia AWB- 
562 

1971, Blue, Dataun, 4 
Door Sedan, identification 
Number PL510-179-153. 
1973 Tennessee TA-4S16 

1949 or 1950, (^rey, Buick, 
4 Doer Sedan, 1961 AAalne 
336471 

Thto vehlcto has been 
removed to Wilson's Auto 
Service, 635 Virglnta Beech 
Boulevard, Virglnta Baach, 
Virglnta »«1. The owner 
or any person having 
security interest may 
ctalm thto vehicle within 
three (3) weelto of the date 
of thto notice by paying all 
towing, presarvatton, and 
ttorage charges. Failure 
by the ovimer or persons 
having saairlty Interest to 
exercise their right to 
reclaim tfie vehlcto within 
the time provided shall be 
deemed a waiver and shall 
be conahiied to the sato of 
the abandoned motor 
vehlcto at a public auction. 

w. W. Davis, celonal 
Chief ef l*^lce 

C. H. Payne, Captein 
Comnwiding Offlcar 

Traffic Bunmi 

S411T 

NOTICE 

VIrgtota: 

Tlia raeulw^ maattog of 
««a Ceuncll ef Ma cny ef 
Vtt«lnta Baadi wHI be haW 
in Me CouncM O tamb e rs ef 
the Administration 
BviMlng. City Hall, 
Princaaa Anne Statiwi. 
VirgMa iaAch. on AAan- 
day, June 11. Wi, at 3:18 
P.AA. at which tHna Me 
foi towt i jB applicatiBns «m 
be twardt 

TEAILiff .VA|(iAII^: 



1. Richard E. Matt - 
North SMa of OM Carolina 
Lane (formerly Frost 
Road) 3900 feet more or 
toes West of Biacimtoter 
Road on L^ 1, Re-plat of 
Subdivttton ef Property ef 
BMtiey Tract. (Variant 
hrem 3900 teat to 500 feet 
more or less to noff^st 
dwelling). BLACKWATER 
BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUOH 

2. iMapllcatlon of Carroll 
F. DanforM and Josephine 
D. Danferth for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Suburban 
District 3 (R S 3) to 
ResMence Duplex District 
3 (R-O 2) on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 93.40 feet North of 
Maryland Court, running a 
dtotanceef 188.77 feet akmg 
the West side of South 
Surteide Avenue, nmning a 
distanca ef 371 .94 feet akmg 
the Nerthwatte m property 
line (Lake Chrtotlne) and 
running a dittance of 330.47 
feet irfong the Southern 
property line. Said parcel 
it known at Lot 11, Sub- 
divtotonef Parcel 14, Btock 
32, Croatan Beach, and to 
triangular is shape. 
(Croatan Beach Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

3. Applicatton of Virglnta 
Electric end Power 
Company for a USE 
PERMIT to construct an 
electric subatation and the 
connecting electric trens- 
miuton lines on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 3500 feet more or less 
West of South Lynnhaven 
Road and running a 
distance of 677 feet along 
the North side of Ansoi 
Lane, and North of the 
Virginia Beach-Norfolk 
Expressway, running a 

^ d i staiKe of 516.8 fe e tntong 
the western property line, 
running a distance of 949 
feet along the Northern 
property line (Norfolk and 
Southern Railway Right of 
Way, and running a 
distance of 582.64 feet along 
the Eastern ptoperty line. 
Said parcel contains 9.7105 
acres. (Pinewood Gardens- 
Doyletown Areas). 
LYNNHAVEN AND 
PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGHS. 

4. Application of Owen 
Pickett for a CHANGING 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Surburban 
District 3 (RS 3) to 
Limited Commercial 
District 3 (C-L 3) on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 413 feet more or less 
South of the Norfolk and 
Southern Railway Right of 
Way and running a 
distance of 100 feet along 
the East side of South 
Lynnhaven Road, running 
a distance of ISO feet along 
the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 100 
feet along the Eastern 
property line and running a 
distance of 150 feet along 
the Southero property line. 
Said parcel contains 15,000 
square feet. (Lynnhaven 
industrial Park Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

5. Application of Evelyn 
R. Bowen, Florist, for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-M) 
to Limited Commercial 
District 3 (C-L 3) on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 300 feet more or less 
North of WOlfsnare Road, 
running a distance of 167.5 
feet atong the West side of 
First Colonial Road run- 
ning a distance of 200 feet 
along the Southern 
property line, running a 
distance of 167.5 feet along 
the western property line 
and running a distance of 
167.5 feet eiong the Nor- 
thern property line. Said 
percei contains 0.77 acre. 
(Camden Estates • Laurel 
Manor Area). LYN- 
NHAVEN BOROUGH. 

PUNOO BOROUOH 

6. Appllcatkm of Louis C. 
James and Virglnta W. 
James by Stanley A. 
Phillips, Attorney, for a 
CHANGING OF ZONING 
from Agrlculhirai District 
(A-R) to Agricultural 
District (A-R) with a 
AAotel, Tourist and 
Restaurant (T-2) Sup 
plement and a USE 
PERMIT to conshijct a 
900mnlt ntotel, heliport and 
small aircraft landing strip 
on certain property 
beginning at a point 1.4 
miles more or leu North of 
the Virginia-Nori4« 
Carolina State Line, 
running a distance of 600 
feet more or less along the 
Eastern property line 
(Atlantic Ocean), running 
a distance of ISOO feet more 
or leu along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distant of MO feet more or 
tau atoni the Wntem 
property line and running a 
dtotwtce of 1500 feet nrux-e 
or leu atong the Southern 
profierty line. Said parcel 
contains 20.67 acres more 
or tau. (Fatu Cape Area). 
PUN(K> BUROUGH. 

7. Application of Alton E. 
Twtter for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from ^ricultiH-ai 
Rwtrlctod Dtotrict (AR) 
to Residence Duplex 
Dtotrict 2 (R-O 2) on cer- 
tain property beginning at 
a point 383 feet Eut of 
Princess Anne Road, 
running a dtotanca of 200 
feet atong the North stoe of 
Malbon Read, running a a 
Mtance of 419 J8 teet along 
the wutam property line, 
running a distant of M) 
feat along the fHorthem 
property Ihie and running a 
dtotence of 489.68 feat atong 
the Eattam property line. 
Said parcel contains 2.25 
acraa more or less. 
PUNOO BOROUGH. 

LAppncMtoneftheCity 
of Virginia Beach, 
D e partm e n t of Perks and 
EKreatfen. for a USB 
I^IUMIT to canshiMrt a 
park an orteto preperhr 
located m the tauMaair 
cem^ ef c»mpbi*»'s 



Landing Road and AAorrls 
Neck Road, running a 
distance of 300 feet along 
the Eest side of AAorrls 
Neck Road, running a 
distance of 550 feet eiong 
the South side of Camp- 
bell's Landing RMd, and 
running a dtotanca of 300 
feet along the Eastern 
property line and running a 
distance of 550 feet along 
the Souttiern property line. 
Said parcel contains 3.8 
acres more or less. (Creeds 
Airfield Area). PUNGO 
BOROUOH. 
BAYSIDE BOROUOH 

-9. Application of Dick C. 
Harrto for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Residence 
Suburban District 4 (R S 4) 
to Multiple Family 
Residence Dlsh-ict (R-M) 
on certain property located 
at the Southwest corner of 
Bay View Avenue and 
Lauderdale Avenue 
(formerly Lake Avenue) 
running e distance' of 380 
feet along the South side of 
Lauderdale Avenue, 
running a distance of 30 
feet along the West side of 
Bay View Avenue and 
running a distance of 450 
feet more or leu etong ttw 
Southern Property line 
(Chubb Lake) and running 
a distance of 37 feet along 
the Western property line. 
Said percei is known as 
Block 31, Plat of 
Chesapeake Park. 
(Chesapeake Beech Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

10. Applicant of the City 
of Virginia Beach, 
Department of Parks and 
Recreation, for a USE 
PERMIT to construct a 
park on certain property 
beginning at a point 2340 
feet more or leu East of 
Newtown Road (Davis 
Corner) and 200.10 feet 
South of Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, running a 
distance of 176.70 feet along 
the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 700 
feet along the Western 
property line, running a 
distance of 348.19 feet along 
the Southern property line 
and running a distance of 
735 feet more or leu along 
the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel contains 3.956 
acres. (Tidewater 
Christian School Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 



VIRGINIA 
BOROUGH 



BEACH 



11. Application of Crown 
Central Petroleum Cor- 
poration by Joseph Lawler, 
Attorney, for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from Retail 
Business District (B-1) to 
General Business District 
(B2) and a USE PERMIT 
to construct a gasoline 
supply station with car 
wash on certain property 
beginning at a point 439.44 
feet west of Holly Road, 
running a distance of 182.84 
feet along the North side of 
Laskin Road, running a 
distance of 153.06 feet along 
the Western property lino, 
running a distance of 200.86 

■^ feet along the Normem 
property line and running a 
distance of 157.28 feet along 
the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel contains 30,361 
square feet. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

12. Application of Ashton 
H. Pully by W. Edward 
Hudgins, Jr., Attorney, for 
a CHANGE OF ZONING 
from AAotel-Hotei District 
(M-H) to Retail Business 
District (B-1) on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 350 feet North of 20th 
Street, running a distance 
of 25 feet along the East 
side of Atlantic Avenue, 
running a distance of 150 
feet along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of 25 feet along the 
Eastern property line and 
running a distance of 150 
feet along the Southern 
property line. Said parcel 
is known as the Southern 25 
feet of Lot 6, Block 21, AAap 
of Virginia Beach and 
contains 3750 square feet. 
VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

13. Application of Joe B. 
Bllu for a USE PERMIT to 
operate bicycle rental on 
certain property located on 
the Southeast corner of 
Atlantic Avenue and I4th 
Street on property known 
as the Holiday House 
AAotel. Said parcel is 12 feet 
by 35 feet. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 

14. 'Application of AAr. 
and Mrs. Paul C.^^"_ 
hardt for a USE PERMIT 
to stable 2 horses on certain 
property beginning at a 
point one mile more or leu 
East of Elbow Road, 
running a distance of 243.1 
feet along the South side of 
Indian River Road, run- 
ning a distance of 803.6 feet 
atong the Eastern property 
line, running a distance of 
20 feet along the Southern 
property line and running a 
distance of 732.36 feet atong 
ttw Western property line. 
Said parcel contains 2 
acres more or less. 

KEMPSVILLE BOR 
OUGH. 

15. Application of J. E. 
Jones for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from RuktonM 
Suburban Dish-let 3 (R-S 3) 
to General Commercial 
District 3 (CG 3) on cer- 
tain property tocated at the 
intersection of Parliament 
Drive and Princeu Anne 
Road running a distance ef 
74 feet along the North SIM 
of Parliament Drive, 
running a distance of 225.9 
feet atong the western 
property line, running a 
dtotann of 70 feet atong the 
Northern property line 
(Norfolk and Southern 
Rall«My Right of Way), 
running a dtotann of 330 
feet alwig the Eastern 
property ime. Said parcel 
contains 0.37 acre. 
(A rrowh ea d Plata gap- 
ping Cwiter Ar,M^: 
KEMPSVILL.V AOir-' 
OUGH. ■ ^ 



16. Appllcatton of Trant- 
Berkshlre development 
corporatkin, by John B. 
JamM, attorney, for a 
Change ef zoning from 
Rural Retldenca Dtotrict 1 
(R.R1) to Rural RetWanca 
Dlsfrlct 3a (RR3a) and 
Residence Suburban 
Oishrlcti (RSI) on certain 
property tocated at Me 
Northwest Intersectton of 
Inlynnvlew Road and Five 
Points Road. Said Parcel 
contains 43 acru more or 
leu. 

Percei A: Change of 
zoning from R-R1 to R- 
R3a : 3.8 acru more or leaa. 

Parcel B: Change ef 
nnlng from R-R1 to R-Sl: 
39.3 acrm nwre or leu. 

Plata with mere detailed 
Informatton are avallMe 
in the Department of City 
Planning (Trantwood 
Short- Brittany Estates 
Southern Polnta Area). 

LYNNHAVEN BORO- 
UGH. 

Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk 

The Virginia Beach 
Board of Zoning Appeals 
will conduct a Public 
Hearing on Wednesday, 
June 6, 197X at 7:30 P.M. In 
the Municipal Court 
Building, upstairs court 
room. City Hall, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. The 
following appHcatkms will 
appear on the egenda. 

1. Boulevard Center, inc. 
by Oscar Northen 
Assoclatu, Inc. requuto a 
variance of 15 feet to a 55 
foot front yard setback 
instead of 70 feet as 
required (eestern 57.78 feet 
of the proposed building) of 
Parcel 1, beginning 708 feet 
east of the intersection of 
the northerly line of Laskin 
Road, wIM tha euterly line 
of South -Or^eto Dr lvoj 
along Laskin Road. Lynn- 
haven Borough. 
' 3. Ellzebeth Eagler 
requuts a variance of 17 
feet to e 13 foot front yard 
setback Instead of 30feet as 
required of Pert of Lota 1 
and 3, Block 33, Lynnhaven 
Shoru, 3150 Vista Circle. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

3. Loyd H. Newton and 
Olive V. Newton requut a 
variance of 10 feet to a 30 
foot front yard setback 
Insteed of 30 feet es 
required of Ut 40, Bread 
Bay Colony, Blueberry 
Road. Lynnhaven Borough. 

4. Walter M. Oden 
requMta a variance of 6 
feet to e 4 foot side yard 
setback and a variance of 6 
feet to a 4 foot rear yard 
setback Insteed of e 10 foot 
side and rear yard utback 
as required of Lot 16, Block 
8, Baytake PInu, 4324 John 
Silver Road. Bayslde 
Borough. 

5. A. Dale Bowen 
requests a variance to 
build a duplex on a lot 30.33 
feet In width and 3J15 
square feet in area insteed 
of 50 feet in width and 5,000 
square feet In area as 
required of Lot 13, Plat of 
C. L. Bonney, 89th Sh-eet. 
Lynnltaven Borough. 

6. William V. Dowding 
requnts a variance of 10 
feet to a 5 foot exterior yard 
setback insteed of 15 feet as 
required and a variance of 
5 feet to a 5 foot rear yard 
setback instead of 10 feet as 
required and a variance of 
50 square feet to 550 square 
feet minimum dwelling 
unit (for garage apart- 
ment ) instead of 600 square 
feet minimum dwelling 
unit as required of Lota 76, 
77 and 78, Plat of Shore 
Realty Co., 305 74th Sh-eet. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

7. Roy F. and Anne L. 
ivM requmt a variance of 
20 feet to a 5 foot rear yard 
setback insteed 35 feet as 
required and a variance of 
3 feet to a 3 foot side yard 
setback instead of 6 feat n 
required of Lots 8 and 9, 
Block 107, 1304 
Mediterranean Avenue. 
Virginia Beach Borough. 

8. S. H. Tyler requuto a 
variance of 15 feet to a 35 
foot front yard setlMck 
instead of 50 feet as 
required of Lota 35 end 36, 
North Llnkhorn Perk, 
South Bay Shore Drive. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

9. Russell P. Clark 
requests a variance of 60 
square feet of sign eraa to 
120 square feet Instead of 60 
square feet of sign area as 
allowed at the King's 
Shopping Center erea, 
London Bridge, 3334 
Virginia Beach Boulevard. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

10. McDonald's 
Restaurant by Cardinal 
Sign Corporation requesto 
a variance of 40 square feet 
of addlttonal sign aree for a 
total of 716 square feet 
Instead of 364 square feet 
as altowed and to altow thto 
requMted addlttonal sign 
area to be placed on ttw 
now existing non- 
conforming free-standing 
sign ef 300 square feef^ 
face for a total of 330 
square feat per face at 4608 
Haygood Road, Haygood 
Shopping Center area. 
Bayslde Borough. 

11. McDonald's 
Restaurant by Cardinal 
Sign Corporatton requuto 
a variance ef 40 square feet 
of addlttonal s^ araa for a 
total ef 516 square feet 
instead of 300 squwv feet 
as altowed and to altow 
non-cenferming free 
standing tign of aOB swwre 
feet pir face for a loMI of 
330 squwa feat per face at 
6480 indlwt River Read, 
Sherry Park. Kan^avllto 
Borou^. 

13. McDonald's 
Rettaurant by Cardinal 
S^ Corporatton rgquatto 
a varlanM of 40 aquara feet 
of addHtonal sign araa tor a 
total ef S16 Miuara feat 
mttaad ef 364 mutn *■•* 
n altowed and to allow Mto 
requaMad addltlenal sign 
vaa to be ptacad an tha 
new misting Mn- 
oonformME free-atanMig 
t^ of M t^ian feat p«- 
tec* far • toM ef la 
square leaf par Meat* W6 
\jaMn Road. iMteparai. 
Li 



13. McDonald's 
Restaurant by Cardinal 
Sign Corporatton requuto 
a variance ef 40 square feat 
of addlttonal sign araa tor a 
total of 516 square feat 
instead ef 140.8 scHiare feet 
u altowed and to altow Mto 
requMted additional sign 
aree to be pieced on ttw 
now existing non- 
conforming free-standing 
sign of 300 square feet per 
face per face for a total of 
330 square feet per face of 
5265 Princeu Anne Road, 
Kempavllto Ptaza Shopping 
Center. Kempsvilie 
Berew0i. 

14. McDonald's 
Restaurant by Cardinal 
Sign Corporation requuto 
a variance of 40 square feet 
of addlttonal sign area for a 
total of 516 square feet 
instead of 336.8 square feet 
as allowed and to altow Mto 
requuted addlttonal sign 
area to be placed on Me 
now existing non- 
conforming free-stending 
sign of 300 square feet per 
face for a total of 330 
square feet per face at 3853 
Virginia Beach Boulevard, 
Blrchwood Gardens. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

15. McDonald's 
Restaurant by Cardinal 
Sign Corporation requuto 
a variance of 40 square feet 
of addlttonal sign area for a 
total ef 316 square feet 
Instead of 376 square feet 
as allowed (variance 
grented AAarch 1, 1973) and 
to allow this requuted 
addlttonal sign aree to be 
on ttw now existing free- 
standing sign of 100 square 
tut per fece for a total of 
130 square feet per fece at 
5151 Shore Drive, 
Amphibious Manor. 
Bayslde Borough. 

ALL APPLICANTS 
MUST APPEAR BEFORE 
4E4KMMU1 ..-.-,.-^..^ 



W. L. Towers 
Secretary 



5-34,31, 3T 



Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virglnta Beach, on the 
15M day of AAay, 1972. 

Edna Pauline James, 

Plalnfiff, 

against 

Luther William James, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo Matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence having been 
used by or on behalf of 
Complainant to ascertain 
In which county or cor- 
poratlon^the defendant is, 
without effect his last 
known post office address 
being Colchester Road, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

It Is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
daH, after due publication 
hereofl^nddo what may be 
necessary to protect his 
internt In this suit. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK 

Linda Noel Hill D. Clerk. 

Cromwell, Culverhouse 8, 

Whltehurst 

Post Office Box 5533 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

5-34,31,6^7,14 4T 

Commonweelth of 
Vlrglnle, 

in the Clerk's OHIce of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
ISM day of AAay, 1973. 

Wllfredo C. Zabala, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Liila M. V. Zabala, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 



The object of thto suit to 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
mafrimonii from Me said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made ^nd filed Mat 
Me defendant Is not a 
ruldent of thedState of 
Virginia, the last known' 
post office addreu being 
205 Jote Rizal Avenue, 
AAakatl Rlzal, Phillpplnm. 

It is ordered that she do 
jppeerherewlMin 10 (ten) 
days after due publicatton 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interut In this suit. 



\ 



JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK. 

Phyllto N. Styron Deputy 

Clerk. 

Mr. Grover C. Wright, Jr., 

Atty. 

P. O. Box 51, 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

33451^. 

5-3441,6-7,14 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH ON THE 18th DAY 
OF AAAY, 1973. 
KEMPSVILLE BUILDING 
MATERIALS, INC. 
Ptalntiff 

JAMES E. NORTON 

t-a But Orywall Company 

4333 East Ocean View 

Avenue 

Norfolk, Virglnta 23518 

LYNNHAVEN BUILDING 

SUPPLY CORPORATION 

Serve en: DenaW H. Clwk, 

Ragtotared Aoent 

3S0OS03 Virflinia Beach 

Beulavw^ 

Virglnta Beach, virglnta 

MAS OmSTRUCTiON 

CO.. INC 

Serve on: F. Wayne 



Pr a ald t nt and Regtotered 
Virginia BMch 



Boulevard 

Virginia Beach, Virglnta 

23452 

Defendanto 

IN CHANCERY 
NO. C-73.S63 

ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 

The object of Mto suit to 
to determine the amount of 
the Plaintiff's Hen and Me 
anwunt of any and all ottwr 
liens and the priority 
thereof on the property ef 
the Defendant, Lynnhaven 
Building Supply Cor- 
poration, and to cauu ttw 
said property described M 
Washington Square 
Townhouses, and lying 
between Laskin Road and 
Wolfsnare Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, to be sold 
to satisfy the claim end lien 
of the Plaintiff and any 
other valid liens according 
to their priority; and. 
Affidavit having been 
made that the Defendant, 
James E. Horton, t-a But 
Orywall Company, is not 
currently a ruldent of ttw 
State of Virginia, he to . 
hereby required to appear 
within ten (10) days after • 
due publication hereof and 
do what may be necestary . 
to protect his Internt. 

It is ORDERED Mat Mto 
Order of Publication be 
published once a week for 
four (4) successive weeks 
in the Virginia Beach Sun, 
a newspaper having 
general circulatton In Me 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 

John V. Fentreu, Clerk 
By J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

i ask for this; 
(X>nald C. Grey 

Donald C. Grey 
— Murphyr Oreyr- K ent and 
Splnks 

2474 East Little Creek Road 
Norfolk, Virginia 23518 

5 24,31,6-7,144T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach on Me 
15th day of AAay, 1973. 

Katharine Rebecca 

Saunders McAlplne, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Frederick Augustus 

McAlplne, Defendant. 

ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION - 

The object of thto suit Is 
for the said plaintiff to 
obtain a divorce a vincuto 
matrimonii from the said 
defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed Mat 
the defendant Is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, and the last 
known post office addreu 
being: 2507 Auburn Drive, 
Cocoa, Florida. 

It is ordered Mat he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK 

Phyllis N. Styron Deputy 

Clerk. 

Mr. Grover C. Wright, Jr., 
Atty. 

P.O. Box 51, 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
• 23458 

5 24,31,6-7,14 4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on ttw 
17th day of May, 1973. 
Janet Lee Rose, Plaintiff, 
against 

John Franklin Rose, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The obiect of Mis suit to 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vincuto AAatrimonli from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of Desertion. 

And an aHldavit having 
been made and filed ttwt 
the defendant Is not a 
ruldent of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office addreu being 
225 South Main Street,. 
TIptonvllle, Tennusee, 

It is ordered that he do 
appear here wIMIn 10 (ten) 
days after due pul>llcatloh 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interut in Mis suit. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK 

Linda Noel Hill, Deputy 

Clerk. 

Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society p.q. 
700 Duke St. 
Norfolk, Virginia 

. S 24,31,6^7,14 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 16M 
DAY OF MAY, 1973. 

IN CHANCERY 
NO. C-73-S5I-A 

In re: Adoptton of Robert 

Wayne M^gan 

By: Paul Luther Gw^dner 

and Kathy AAarle, 

Johnson AAorgan (»w<dnar 

Petlttoners 

To: Devld Harrison 

Morgan 

Route 1 

Dayton, New York 

ORDER 

This day came Pawl 
Luther Gw^lnar and KaMy 
Maria Jehnaen AAorgan 
Gardner, Petitlenert, and 
repruentad that Ma eblact 
of Mto precaadH« to to 
effect the adoptton ef Ma 
above named Infanf, 
Robert Wayne Atargan, bf 
PMl Luthw- Gardnti' and 
KaMy AAarle Jehnaen 



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""Atargan Gardner, husband 
and wi^, and affidavit 
~ "fjaving bMn mad* and filed 
'^•that Oavid Harrlton 
'•■INIvrgan, t natural parant 
-'*>6f satd ctilld, It a non- 
resident ot tne State of 
Virginia, the last known 
dost office address being: 
■Route 1, Dayton, New 
York. 

It Is therefore Ordered 

that thne said David 

Harrison Atorgan. appear 

. •' tftfor« this CouH M^lMn ten 

•••^Wiiays after publication 

■dfttils Order and Indicate 

•. hir attitude toward the 

proposed adoptiott, or 

otherwise do whit is 

' necessary fO' JJWWtf his 

Interest In this matter. 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
.,.By: J. Curtis Fruit D.C. 

' Stepehn R. Margulies p.q. 
39 Selden Arcade 
- Norfolk Virginia 

5 24,31,»7.144T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S, OFFICE OF 

THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACHONTHEllthDAY 
OF MAY, im. 

INCHANCIRYNO: 
C-71-SM 
NATIONAL AM}RTGAGE 

:CORPORAThQH> Com- 
plainant, ° V. 
vs. 

VERNON AND ELLEN 
JUANITA ROBINSON 
. «29 Lawyer Road 
Charlotte, North Carolina 
and 

"WILLIE BERNARD AND 

.MINNIE LEATRICE 
ROBINSON 

1W Palm Beach Plav 
Virginia Beach, ' Virginia 
23452, 
Defendants. 

'ORDER OF 
;■ PUBLICATION 
'The object of this suit Is 
far the complainant to have 
a; Substitute Trustee ap- 

•^inted to that certain 
Deed- of Trust dated 
JaHCrarV 26, 1967 securing a 
loan in the original prin- 
cipal sum of $5,SS0.00, 
madeiMyable to National 
Mortgage corporation and 
duly recorded i^ . the 
Clerk's OHIce of the Circuit 
court for the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia In 
Deed Book 993, page 734 for 
the following propfrty, to- 
wlt: 



"All that certain trart, 
piece or parcel of land, 
situate, located and being 
In Seaboard /Magisterial 
DIstriet of Princess Anne 
County, Virginia, and more 
particularly bounded and 
described ,as follows: 
Beginning at a point on the 
\vestern side of Holland 
Swamp Road at a point 
197. 6's from the south line 
of the property now or 
fm'merly owned by Mrs. J. 
C. Sawyer as shown on a 
■ ^t ileslgnated "Property 
of Geneva FItchett located 
near Landtwon, Princeu 
Anne Col, Va.", which said 
plat Is recorded In the 
Clerk's Office of tlw Circuit 
Court of Princess Anne 
County, Virginia, with daed 
from Madge E. Johns and 
husband to Charlie Lee 
Robinson, dated January 
27, 1961 and from said point 
runnir^ S 4 degrees 10' E 
. along the western iJde of 
Holland Swamp Road 197 J' 
to a point: thence turning 
and running N 70 degrees 
. 10* IV 43.» (to a point in or 
; on the Bone River Canal; 
; thence turning and running 
- N 20 degrees 23' W 161.S' 
along the Bone River Canal 
to a point: Itienee himMig 
and running In a general 
easterly direction in as 
straight line to the point of 
beginning and being 
southern part' Of the 
property shown on said 
Diat. 
#""An atfldavid has been 
5 made and filed that Vernon 

• and Ellen Juanita 
Robinson are non-residents 

• of this State, It is ordered 
; that tl^ey appear before 

• this Court within ten (10) 
I days after dt^ p^bllfatkm 

• of this order %ra jfotect 
' fhetr mtertstr^erelrf 

ITISORDEREOthatthe 
foregoing portion of this 
Order be published once a 
week for four successive 
weeks in the Virginia 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
having a general cir- 
'. culation in ttw City of 
1 ' Virginia Beach, Virginia. 



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• NATIONAL MORTGAGE 
; CORPORATION 
i^By: Ronald J. Berg, Of 
'■ • Counsel 
I! 
I' A Copy Teste: 

• ''John V. Fentress, Clerk 
; By J. Curlts Fruit, D.C. 

: RONALD J. BERG, p.q. 

- II Selden Arcade 

; 205 E Plume Street 

• Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

; 5-17,2431,6-74T 

:■ COMMONWEALTH OF 
.; VIRGINIA 

in the Clerk's Office of 

• .tt» Circuit Court of 1t»e City 
: of Virginia Beach on 14th 

• ; «ay«Mav, m%. 

; NANNIE M. TURNER, 
-* Com^rtainwit 

:-vs. ._ . 

•: WA L. TURNER, 
'• IneomM'fant and 

• MARSiftvK LOUISE 

• TURNER f«EL»ON, 
(^mmtMe R^pendants. 

tPVtl.lCMMMI@3-SM 
VHEOJtiCTofMitosult 



Is to obtain 1t«e refor- 
mation of a d««d conveying 
a portion of the following 
described property unto 
one Robert l\irner (see 
deed from Iva L. Tunwr to 
Robert Turner dated April 
6, 1960 and recorded In the 
Clerk's oHIce of the ClreOlt 
Court In the City of Virginia 
Beach in Deed Book 63a at 
page ID- 
ALL tttat carlain tract or 
parcel of toni with im- 
provements thereon 
situattd In Seaboard 
Magistarlal DIsh-ict of the 
County of Princeu Aime 
(now the City of Virginia 
Beach In the State of 
Virglnlb, and described on 
a plat wptltied "Lands of 
Mrs. Ethel Whitehurst 
Edmond, Prlncen Anne 
County, Virginia, surveyed 
by J.E. OW, October 190r' 
and to be recorded with this 
deed as containing 
Seventyjilht (79) acres In 
one parcel Md one hundred 
and five (109) acres In 
another ' parcel; said 
seventy-nine <79) acre 
tract front*' on the S«lem 
Road and tht said one 
hundred and five ( 105) acre 
tract fronts on the North 
Landing Road; both tracts 
being mere fully bounded 
and daacrlbed on said plat. 
Being a part of the 
propMty devlsad to the 
grantor Ethel Whitehurst 
Edmond, as Ethel 
Whitehurst, by will of 
Emellne Woodhouse, 
recorded In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court 
of Princess Anne County, 
Virginia, in Will Book 6, 
page 32. "" 

And aA affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the respondents are not 
residents of the State of 
Virginia, their last known 
address being as follows: 
Iva L. Turner and 
AAargaret Louise Turner 
Nelson, 11072 116th Street, 
North Largo, f lorlda; It is 
ordered that they do ap- 
pear here within ten (10) 
days after due pubiicatkm 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect thair 
Interest In this suit. 
ENTER JOHN V. FEN- 
TRESS, CLERK 
Phyllis N. Styron, D.C. 
W. Edward Hudgins, |r. 
Attorney 

2625 Princess Anne Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
33156 

5-17,3441-6-7 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 9th DAY 
OF Atoy, 1973. 
in re: Adoptton of Tammy 
Leigh Bond 

By: Stephen Nelson 
Clayton i, Oiarlotte Bond 
Clayton 

Petlttoners 
To: Johnny Boyd Bond 
c-o J.H. Barnes 
1306 Walnut Shraet 
Cary, North Carolina 37511 
INCHANCIRY 

No. c-ium-A 

ORDfR 

This day cam* Stefrtten 
Nelson Clayton and 
Charlotte Bond Clayton, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the oblect 
of this proceeding Is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named Infant, 
Tammy Leigh Bond, by 
Stephen Nelson Clayton 
and Charlotte Bond 
tiayton, husband and wife, 
MKl affidavit having been 
made and filed that JOhnny 
Boyd Bond, a natural 
parant of saM child, Is a 
non-resident ef the Stat* of 
Virginia, the last known 
post offia address belag: 
CO J.H. Barnes, 1)06 
Walnut Shraet, Cary, North 
Carolina. 

It Is therefore Ordered 
that the said Johnny Boyd 
Bond ajppeisr before mis 
Court within ten (W) days 
after puWtoation of this 
Order and Indicato his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what Is 
necessary to i^«Mct his 
interest in this matter. 
A copy test;* 
John V. Fwh-ess, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, 0.6. 
Garland M. Ldyton, p.q. 
1910 PiMSure House Road 
v^ginla Beach, Virginia 
* 5-17,24,31,6-7 (4T) 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court ef the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
10th day of May, 1973. 
ORDIROP 
PUBLICATION 
Ruby Dahlia Snowdeh, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Walter Clinton Snowden, 
Jr., Defendant. 

The oblect of this suit Is 
for the said Fislntiff to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
Matrimonii from the said 
defendant upon tht 
grounds of dMortlon. 

And an affidavit havbig 
teen mscto wid fitad ffist 
the detondant Is l4ot a 
Resident of the Stato of 
Vlrgmis, the laM tewwn 
pest office ad<^eas being 35 
Mechanic Street Mld- 
dlepert. New York, 14105. 
It Is oritored that he do 
4)PMr hare wMhln 10 (ten) 
dm M«r dw pwwmtlen 
lyeef,andd6whatinayb« 
leeeesary to prMect fill 



interest m this suit. 
A copy— Testo: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
CLERK 

Linday Noel Hill, Ctork 
William E. Barco 
mr Holland Road 
Virginia Beach, V*. 
J 5-17,34J16-7-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's 0«ice of 
the Circuit CouH of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
nth day of May, 1*73. 
ORDIROP 
PUBLICATION 
Robert Earl Barnes, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Carolyn Kay Bates Barnes, 
Defendant. 

The oblect of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrinwnll from 
the said detondant, upon 
the grounds of Parties 
having lived saparato and 
apaVt without any 
cohabltatton and without 
intemiptkm for hwo years. 

And an aHldavIt having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
reshtont of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post omc* address being 
110 WHt Glenn St. Sum- 
mervllle, South Carolina. 

It is ordorod that She do 
appear here within 10 
(Ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her Interest In this 
suit. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 

CLERK 

Linda Noel Hill Deputy 

Clerk. 

Glenn B. McCianan p.q. 
51S0 Bonney Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
5-17,34,314-7 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 11 DAY 
OF MAY, 1973. 

In Chancery 
Ne.U741-A 



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In re: Adoption of Noel L. 
Parks I 

By: Joseph J. Zeno & 
Louise M. Zeno, Petitioners 
To: Arthur Parks 
Stato of AAaryland 

ORDER 

This day came Joseph J. 
Zeno and Louise M. Zeno, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding Is to 
effect the adbption of the 
above named Infant, Noel 
L. Parks, by Joseph J. Zeno 
and Louise M. Zeno, 
husband and wito, and 
affidavit having been made 
and filed that Arthur.. 
Parks, a natoral parent of . 
said child. Is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office 
address being: Stato of 
AAaryiand. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the Mid Arthur Parks 
appear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attltode 
toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what Is necessary to 
protect his interest In this 
matter. 

A copy .teirte: ' 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit P.C. 

Stanley A. Phillips p.q. 
P.O. Box mi 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
5-1744^1,6.7 

COAAMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

in the Cork's Office irf the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 1st 
,day of Atay, 1973. 
ORDER OP 
PUBUCATION 
Carroll Milius WIshart, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Jerry Royal WIshart, 
Defendant. 

The oblect of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a 
Vincuto AAatrimomti from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of living 
separately and apart for 
mere th«i hwo (2) years. 

And an affidavit having 
been maito and tiled that 
the defendant Is not a 
resident ol the Stato of 
Virginia, the tost known 
post office adiress being 
232»« 1»h Ave. North, St. 
Petersbw^, Ftorlda. 

it. is ordensd that he do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after Ai* publication 
hereof , and do what ntay be 
necaasary to protod' his 
tntei^st ki this suit. 
A copy-Testo: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS, CLERK 
Linda Noel Hill D.CIerk. 
Gay MlihM, Jr. p-q. 
534 i n depen d e nc e Blvd. 
Va. Beach, Virginia 

5-10,17,2441 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 1st DAY 
OF AAAY, 1973. 

INCHAimRY 



In re: Adoption of Mty 
Am Needtem, Donna Lae 
NMdham, RM* Elian 
Needham and Amtoto 



Colleen Needham 
By: Robert D. Ruff In, Jr. 
and Annabeli Lee Ruffin, 
Potitionan 

TO: Kenneth Huey 
Needham 
30th Bay Street 
Norfolk, Vlrginto 
ORDIR 

This day cante Robert D. 
Ruffin, Jr. and Annabeli 
Lee Ruffin, Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
objlct of this proceeding Is 
to effect the adoptton of th* 
above named Infanto, Sally 
Ann Needham, Donna Lee 
NoMlham, Rose Ellen 
Needham and Angela 
Colleen Needham, by 
Robert D. Ruffin, Jr. and 
Annabeli Lee Ruffin, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been made 
and filed that due diligence 
has been used byi or in 
behaH of the Petlttoners to 
ascertain In which county 
or city Keiwelh Huey 
Needham^ the natural 
father of said children Is, 
without effect, the last 
known post office addreu 
being: 20th Bay Street, 
Nortolk, Virginia.* 

It Is therefore Ordered 
that the said Kenneth Huey 
Needham appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and Indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interwt in this matter. 
A copy teste: John V. 
Fentreu, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit D.C. 
Donald C. Grey p.q. 
2474 East Little Creek Road 
Norfolk, Virginia 

5-10,17,24,31 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 1st DAY 
OF AAAY, 1973. 

IN CHANCERY 
No. C-73-S22-A 
In re: Adoption of Lor I 
Rose Walsh, MIchele AAarle 
Walsh and John' Joseph 
Walsh, II 

By: Joe Haywood Barnes 
and Helen Rose Barnes 
Petitioners 

To: John Joseph Walsh, Jr. 
3017 43rd Avenue 
Gulfport, Mississippi 39501 
ORDER 
This day came Joe 
Haywood Barnes and 
Helen Rose Barnes, 
Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding Is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named Infants, Lori 
Rose Walsh, MIchele 
MarieWalsh and John 
Joseph Barnes, 1 1 by Joe 
Haywood Barnes and 
Helen Rose Barnes, 
husband and wife, and 
affidavit having been made 
andifllad that John Joseph 
Walsh, Jr., a natural 
parent of said children. Is a 
non-retident of the state of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
3017 43rd Avenue, Golfport, 
Miuissippi 3M01 

it IS therefore Ordered 
that ttw said John Joseph 
Barnes, Jr. appear before 
Ihto Covrt within ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
neceuary to protect his 
Intorest bi this matter. 
A copy testo: Jofm V. 
Fentress. .Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit D.C. 
Wolcott, Spencer, Rivers 

pq- 

and AAcNeal, Attys. 
Plaja One. ^p. 
Norfolk. Vlrginto 

5-10,17,34,31 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH on the 36th day of 
April, 1973 

IN CHANCERY 

N0.17199-B 

IN THE AAATTER OF: 

The Adoption of AAlchael 

Jeronw Thacher and Bette 

Kathryn Thacher, whose 

names tfiail be changed to 

> Michael Jerome Rydell 

and Betto Kathryn Jlydeii 

ORDIR OP 

PUM.ICATION 

This day came the 
Petitioners and 
represented unto the Court 
that the object of this 
proceoding is to effect the 
adoption of the above- 
named infanto by Rudolph 
Sidney Rydtil and Betty 
joe Rydell, hu^iand and 
wHe, and to change the 
names of the saM Infants to 
Michael Jerome Rydell 
and Betto Kathryn R^^ll. 

And an Afftoavit having 
been made and fitod that 
the Petitioners stato that 
the neural father of the 
saM ^Hdren is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, and that his last 
towwn post office ad«ran 
Is POM Office BOK 17, 
BelvMere, Tennaasee. 

It is, therefore, OR 
DERED mat he do a^ear 
here withhi ton (10) days 
after due puWIcatlen of this 
Order and Indicato his 
attitude toward the 
pr^esed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
neeesaary to pr cgect his 
inieroat in ihls propeaM 
edition. 

(t is hirthar ORDERED 
that fh«MragoMi0 portton 
otttiMOriarof l^iWlcatton 



be published once a week 

tor four successive woeks 

in the Virginia Baedi.Sun, 

a newspaper having 

general circutotion In the 

City of Vlrginto Beach, 

Virginia. 

A Copy TMte: JOhn V. 

Fentreu, Clerk 

By J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

John B. PrMton 

PRESTON, PRESTON, 

WILSON a. LAMBERT 

992 First Cotonial Road 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 

33454 

Attorney for Petitioners 

S-10.17,2441 4T 

COAAAAONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
3rd day of AAay, W3. 
ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 
Rome Lee Phillips, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Christine Vlrginto Phillips, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce A 
•Vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
ruident of the Stato of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office addreu being: 
1630 Alcatraz, Berkley, 
California 

It is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest In this suit. 
A copy -Teste: John V. 
Fentreu, Clerk 
By. J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 
Glenn B. AAcClanan p.q. 

5-10,17,34,31 4T 

COAAMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court oMhe City 
of Virginia Beach, en the 
4th day of AAay, 1973. 
ORDIR OF 
PUBLICATION 
Sadie Louise Lundy Paige, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

James Arthur Paige, 
Defendant. 

The oblect of this suit If 
p obtain a divorce A 
Vincuto Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of the partiM 
having lived separato and 
apart without any 
cohabitation aAd without 
interruption for two years. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of ttM State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office addreu being: 
906 Poiiet Sh^t, Harvey, 
Louisiana 

it Is ordered ttiat he do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, artd do wttat may be 
neccessary to protect his 
interest in thto suit. 
A copy-Twto: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS: CLERK 
By: Sandra Hargrove, D. 
Clerk 

Tidewater Legal Aid 
700 Duke Sfreet 
Nortolk, Vlrginto 

5-10,17,34,31 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 1st DAY 
OF AAAY, 1973. 

IN CHANCERY 
Ne.1««SI-l 
In re: Adoption of Thomas 
Stevenson Kuykendaii and 
Charles Irvin Kuykendaii 
By: BoUty Winston Peoples 
& Marie H. Peoples 
Petitioners 

to: IrvIn Kuyfcendaii, Sr. 
GreenvMOd, Miumippi 
ORDER 

This day came Bobby 
Winston Peoptos and AAarle 
H. Peoples, Petitioners, 
and repruented ttiat the 
object or this proceeding Is 
to effect the adoptton of the 
above named Mant (s), 
Thomas Stevenson 
Kuykendaii and Oiarles 
irvIn Kuykendaii, by 
Bobby Winston Peoples 
and AAarle H. PeoplM, 
husband and wite, and 
affidavit having been made 
and filed Niat Irvin 
Kuykendaii, Sr., a natural 
parmt of uid children, is a 
nonresl<tont of ttw Sfpto of 
Vlrginto, the last known 
post office addreu being: 
Greenwood, MinlulppI 

It Is therefore Ordered 
that the said irvin 
Kuykendaii, Sr. appear 
befwe mis Court within ten 
(10) days after publication 
of this Order and todicate 
his atWiKto femmra the 
proposed adoption, or 
otherwise do what is 
necMsary to protect his 
Interest in this matter. 
A q>py tute: John V. 
Fentr^s. Clerk 
By J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Mictiael E. Bewerman p.q. 
1S6M Laskin Road 
Virginia Baach, Vlrginto 
5-10,17,2441 4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
TMI CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE Mt DAY 
OF MAY, 1973. 

IN CHANdRY 

In fw, Adoptton of BnHna 
AAaltland OMon 



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